CNN’s Anthony Bourdain found dead inside a hotel room in France

Long time chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died.

The 61-year-old CNN personality was found dead this morning inside his hotel room in France.

He died of an apparent suicide.

He was in France working on an upcoming episode of his award-winning CNN series. 

Bourdain was a master of his crafts — first in the kitchen and then in the media. 

He received numerous rewards for his work on television and culinary books.

CNN RELEASED THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT THIS MORNING: 

"It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain. His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time."

adwpadmin

adwpadmin

Top Stories

STORM TEAM 4 FORECAST
Sioux City
31°
Yankton
30°
Spencer
29°
Norfolk
34°
Storm Lake
Denison
34°
T.J.’s Forecast: Sunshine continues to start off workweek

T.J.’s Forecast: Sunshine continues to start off workweek

We closed down the weekend on a gorgeous note in Siouxland and we’re going to kick-start the workweek in a

Click for forecast details...
Connect With KTIV
Top Stories

Migrant caravan grows while approaching the U.S.

A caravan of migrants from Central America has crossed the border from Guatemala into Mexico, heading towards the U.S.

2,000 pound pumpkin on display

a giant pumpkin weighing more than two thousand pounds might be among the biggest in the world according to the

North-central Iowa hospital to stop delivering babies

IOWA FALLS, Iowa (AP) — A hospital in north-central Iowa says it’s going to stop delivering babies. The Waterloo-Cedar Falls

Bishop’s Dinner celebrates catholic education in Sioux City

The annual dinner is the single largest fundraiser for the Sioux City Diocese.

Senator Bernie Sanders supports JD Scholten

Sharing the stage with him was Senator Bernie Sanders who told Siouxlanders that Scholten would have his vote for congressman.

Scroll to top
Skip to content