Renowned chef Anthony Bourdain has been found dead at the age of 61.
BREAKING: Anthony Bourdain of CNN’s “Parts Unknown” is dead. The chef, storyteller and Emmy-winning host has committed suicide at age 61, CNN confirms https://t.co/kUSmSJZXNm pic.twitter.com/VyZyfh5my2
— CNN (@CNN) June 8, 2018
Anthony Bourdain, a gifted storyteller and writer who took CNN viewers around the world, has died. He was 61.
CNN confirmed Bourdain’s death on Friday and said the cause of death was suicide.
CNN released the following statement.
CNN statement regarding the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain: pic.twitter.com/MR1S5fP16o
— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) June 8, 2018
Anthony Bourdain opened up about his 'unhappy soul' in an interview a year before died https://t.co/VMNJlWzkRR
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) June 8, 2018
Twitter is mourning.
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) June 8, 2018
Stunned and saddened by the loss of Anthony Bourdain. He brought the world into our homes and inspired so many people to explore cultures and cities through their food. Remember that help is a phone call away US:1-800-273-TALK UK: 116 123
— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) June 8, 2018
Now, Anthony Bourdain. How terribly sad!
Please, please, let us treat mental illness, depression and suicide as health issues, not defects of character. That stigma is part of what prevents people from getting help they need. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) June 8, 2018
“You learn a lot about someone when you share a meal together.” – Anthony Bourdain
After all the meals and all the years, we didn’t learn nearly enough about you, Anthony. You will be missed forever. Rest In Peace.
— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) June 8, 2018
Anthony Bourdain was the 1st chef who made me feel like he loved the people who made the food he ate in exotic cities, not just the food. Sad to hear about his suicide. If you’re in a dark place, here’s the national suicide prevention line. 24 hrs, no judgment:1-800-273-8255
— Jon Acuff (@JonAcuff) June 8, 2018
Anthony Bourdain walked into my home without a hint of ego.
I loved him in seconds.
A truly decent man.
We needed him.
— John Lurie (@lurie_john) June 8, 2018
Aw Christ I’m just so sad to know that Anthony Bourdain couldn’t see how much better the world was with him in it.
— Stuart Henderson (@henderstu) June 8, 2018
So sad to hear the news about Anthony Bourdain’s death by suicide. He was an incredibly charismatic and inspiring man. You never know who might be struggling or what internal battle someone could be facing. The importance of being there to listen and to talk can’t be overstated.
— Will Poulter (@PoulterWill) June 8, 2018
Anthony Bourdain chased all great things the world offered, with an open mind about everything and a compassion for misfits everywhere. Any episode of his show reminded me there was more to enjoy and experience. Whatever happened in his final struggle, his life was an inspiration
— Jason Silverstein (@jaysunsilver) June 8, 2018
— Rajeev Chandrasekhar (@rajeev_mp) June 8, 2018
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