Next level chef, one of Gordon Ramsay’s successful culinary competition shows on reality TV, in which he serves as an executive producer and coach. The show’s second season is ready to begin, exposing fans to 13 new chefs. In Season 2 of Next Level Chef, 13 exceptional chefs compete to impress Gordon Ramsay and the other two culinary gurus. They are tested to the limit in a three-story kitchen, where they are asked to demonstrate their prowess.
Mark McMillian, a former NFL veteran and Emmy Award winner, is one of the chefs on Season 2 of Next Level Chef. Mark received the coveted Emmy Award in October 1995 for his participation in Randall Cunningham’s monthly pregame program. He was a defensive back for the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite his eight years of expertise in athletics, he only has three years of experience as a chef.
The official synopsis of Next Level Chef Season 2 is as follows:
“Next Level Chef is the next evolution in cooking competitions, produced by Studio Ramsay Global and FOX Alternative Entertainment, as Ramsay has developed a unique culinary gauntlet on an iconic stage like you’ve never seen before.”
It went on to say:
“Each level of the three-story building has a strikingly diverse cuisine. The ingredients complement the atmosphere, from the shiny upstairs to the stalwart bottom of the cellar, as Ramsay thinks the ultimate benchmark for great chefs is not just what they can achieve in the best of circumstances, but also what kind of magic they create. can produce. in the worst case!”
With just a few weeks until the start of the next series, here’s everything you need to know about Mark McMillian.
Season 2 contestant on Next Level Chef Mark won the high school sprint title.
Former NFL running back turned chef was a high school sprint champion. He started two years at Glendale Junior College in California. His outstanding performance brought him fame and the opportunity to play for the University of Alabama under noted coach Gene Stallings. Mark still holds the Alabama record for longest interception touchdown in school history. According to its official website:
“Mark was picked by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 10th round and won accolades as a rookie by being named to the coveted All-Madden Team.”
It went on to say:
“McMillian had some of his most recognized performances as a cornerback with the Kansas City Chiefs under coach Marty Schottenheimer after a brief stint as a New Orleans Saint. McMillian, 5-foot-7-inch, earned the nickname “Mighty Mouse” from his teammates and fans in 1997 after posting a spectacular season with 8 interceptions (tied for the NFL lead) and 3 defensive touchdowns (longest 87 yards ).
Mark also set a Chiefs club record with 274 yards back. He now lives in Los Angeles and works with various organizations to improve the lives of children and young people.