It's hard being the face of the media as one's personal life is always being questioned in the media. The American chef and restaurateur, Eddie Huang's life is still in question by the media outlets.
To date, Eddie has had many unsuccessful relationships, and that has created a sense of curiosity among his fans. Here are all the details about his personal life.
The 37 years old, Eddie Huang is currently in a dating relationship with Julie Schott. The two have been quite open about their relationship on Instagram and their social networking sites. They spend a lot of time together, and they seem to be having a healthy relationship.
There had been speculations if the couple were still together, and it seems they are! Julie took to her Instagram account and shared her approximate 121k followers that they still are a thing!
Furthermore, in recent times, Huang is involved in his restaurants and is quite active on his Instagram page, where he owns 365.8k followers.
Once Eddie was engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Dena, from Scranton, Pennsylvania. However, the engagement did not last as long as they expected. The duo called off their engagement 18 months later. Speculations were at its best about what could have caused the demise of their relationship.
So, he did not get married to the girl he was engaged to and unfortunately, failed to make her his wife. All his fans are thrilled to know if he has someone special at present whom he would marry anytime soon.
After his engagement got called off, Eddie Huang was in a relationship with Lena Sanvito and often posted pictures with her on his Instagram, referring her as 'wifey' in 2013. Unfortunately, the alleged couple didn't last for long and ultimately called it quits as a matter of fact.
Eddie Huang was born on March 1, 1982, to parents Louis Huang, and Jessica Huang and grew up along with his two sibling-brothers.
Eddie is an American author, restaurateur, chef, food personality, producer, and attorney. He is the co-owner of BaoHaus, a Gua-Bao restaurant in the East Village of Manhattan, United States.
Some of the published works of the 37-year-old are Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir and Double Cup Love: On the Trail of Family, Food, and Broken Hearts in China.
From 2006 to 2009, Huang ran a streetwear company called "Hoodman Clothing," initially called "Bergdorf Hoodman," as well as co-created clothing designs with Art Director Ning Juang, a graphic designer whom he had met in Taiwan.
Huang was also interested in food as he grew up watching his mother cook at home; he learned cooking techniques from chefs of different cultural backgrounds and cuisine styles that worked at his father's restaurants.
In December 2009, Huang opened BaoHaus, a Taiwanese bun shop, in the Lower East Side section of Lower Manhattan, and in July 2011, he relocated his first shop to 238 East 14th Street in the East Village with a widened menu.