The new program Paul Goes to Hollywood will take viewers on a road adventure from New York to Los Angeles. Paul Hollywood, the 57-year-old celebrity chef, and baker is on tour and aims to stop at renowned culinary locations in the new Cooking Channel show. In each episode, Paul will guide viewers around a different city and let them sample the local specialties. He’ll be shown in New York eating bagels, pizzas, and cheesecakes. This is not Paul’s first appearance on television; he’s been around for almost a decade, and his exceptional culinary talents have garnered him a net worth of $15 million.
According to the show’s description:
“Master baker Paul Hollywood is on his journey from New York to Los Angeles, taking in the sights and cooking with some familiar people along the route.”
The program will launch on the Cooking Channel on Tuesday, December 6, at 10 p.m. ET.
Paul Hollywood’s net worth
Since 2010, the 57-year-old famous chef and baker has served as a judge on The Great British Bake Off. He has subsequently featured in a number of its spin-offs. Paul was born in 1966 in Wallasey, Cheshire, and comes from a long family of bakers. When Paul was first educated as a sculptor, he joined the family company and began making bread at the request of his father. As a head baker, the Paul Goes to Hollywood star has worked at a number of foreign and local hotels. He became known as one of the country’s greatest artisan bakers while working as head baker at The Chester Grosvenor, Cliveden, and The Dorchester.
He was originally featured on television as a co-presenter on Carlton Food Network and Taste alongside James Martin. Paul went on to participate in a number of series following that, including GBBO and its American counterpart, The Great American Baking Show. Both of these series have their own spin-offs, in which Paul has featured as a judge with Leith Prue. When the program was on the BBC, the judge allegedly received £100,000 every season, and when it transferred to Channel 4, his income was said to have grown to £400,000 per year.
The Paul Goes to Hollywood star has already starred as a solo character in a number of series titled after him, including Pies and Puds, Bread, and Hollywood City Bakes. These presentations reflected his interests in cuisine and vehicles. The famous chef has also built a reputation for himself in the literary world, having written the best-selling book 100 Great Breads. The book has been published in ten countries and translated into seven languages, increasing his net worth. His other writings include the best-selling How To Bake, Paul Hollywood’s British Baking, The Weekend Baker, and A Baker’s Life, all of which were released in 2017.
The Paul Goes to Hollywood singer bought a Grade-I listed Medieval mansion in 2004, which he subsequently sold in 2016. According to sources, the home was remortgaged in 2014 for £600,000. The TV celebrity is presently residing in an £800,000 Grade II listed farmhouse in Ashford, Kent. Paul’s automotive collection, which includes a £225,000 Aston Martin and a £100,000 Range Rover, is also kept in the garage of his present home. Paul will now feature in Paul Goes to Hollywood, which will premiere on the Cooking Channel on December 6, 2022, at 10 p.m. ET.