It’s heart drenching to announce the death of Carl Ruiz, an American-Cuban celebrity chef, television personality and restaurateur. Many would argue that his most prolific role was on Food Network’s Guy’s Grocery Games. However, others would say that his eccentric, funny personality was his best feature. Either way, he certainly rocked the hearts of many as messages of condolences flooded his social media handle’s today. Likewise, we pay tribute to his life force by highlighting Carl Ruiz death cause as well as his bio.
Carl Ruiz Death News.
It all seemed like a joke when yesterday, he uploaded a picture on Instagram about someone on Twitter who told him he’d die before 40. To which, he sheepishly replied, “I’m 44 you Water Head.” Similarly, he also uploaded another picture of two delicious Crab Cakes and referred to them as Heaven. Who’d have figured how ironic these posts would be on the wake of Sunday morning when news of his death first hit us?
One of his friends, Matt Farah, first dropped the devastating news on his Instagram handle. He wrote out a heartwarming tribute about Carl Ruiz and their short two years of friendship. More high profile celebrities like Guy Fieri, Tim Dillon, Jet Tila, Troy Johnson and Opie Radio also confirmed the news. Carl Ruiz died on Sunday, September 22, 2019.
Carl Ruiz cause of death.
Reports trickling in our newsroom suggests that Carl Ruiz died of a tragic heart attack while in his house in Maryland. However, there hasn’t been any official statement read out to the press regarding his death. We’ll keep you posted when the details of the funeral crop up.
Carl Ruiz, Bio, Marriage, Ex-wife, Family Kids.
Carl Ruiz life light first shone on April 4th, 1975. He is Caucasian by ethnicity and Cuban-American by nationality. Sadly, he didn’t have a Wikipedia page. At least that way, we’d have learnt about his childhood, early life and education.
Regardless, the late chef graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. As a result, he dedicated the rest of his life, serving the best dishes and staying true to his Cuban roots. Consequently, Carl Ruiz landed a television career on the Food Network as a chef, contestant and celebrity judge.
He also hosted a podcast and co-hosted shows on both Ophie Radio as well as on Sirius XM Radio. As a result, Carl Ruiz net worth amounted to approximately $3 million at his time of death. The figure doesn’t take account of Marie’s Italian Specialities, the restaurant in New Jersey.
The celebrity chef signed it to his Sicilian ex-wife, Marie Riccio as per their divorce agreements. On June 2019, he launched another called La Cubana in New York City’s Meatpacking district. Carl Ruiz leaves behind two children from his former marriage, friends and family who will truly miss him.
May his soul rest find peace.