Anthony Bourdain Remembered by Chefs, Celeb Fans and Obama — 'He Brought the World Into Our Homes'


Anthony Bourdain, who died on Friday at the age of 61, is being remembered by fellow chefs and celebrity admirers.

The two-time Emmy winner, who was in France filming an episode of his long-running CNN docuseries Parts Unknown, was found unresponsive in his hotel room by friend and chef Eric Ripert. Bourdain died of an apparent suicide.

Below are just a few of the many tributes pouring in for the beloved TV personality:

Gordon Ramsay, Hell’s Kitchen:

Nigella Lawson, Nigella Bites:

Andrew Zimmern, Bizarre Foods:

Carla Hall, The Chew:

Phil Rosenthal, Somebody Feed Phil:

Adam Richman, Secret Eats:

Alton Brown, Iron Chef America:

Jamie Oliver, Jamie at Home:

Josh Denny, Ginormous Food:

Christiane Amanpour, CNN:

Erin Burnett, CNN:

John Berman, CNN:

Ashleigh Banfield, HLN:

President Barack Obama:

Rose McGowan:

Bryan Cranston:

Neil deGrasse Tyson:

Mia Farrow:

Busy Philipps:

Mandy Moore:

Ryan Seacrest:

Josh Gad:

Chrissy Teigen:

Bethenny Frankel:

Ben McKenzie:

Lucy Hale:

Piper Perabo:

Spencer Grammer:

Ashley Nicole Black:

Scott Kelly:

Pete Souza: