Ali Khan is a famous American Chef and television host famously known for hosting Cheap Eats, which aired from September 22, 2015, to November 7, 2018, on Cooking Channel.
Presently, Khan is the host of the Spring Baking Championship which is available on the Food Network. During his free time, Ali enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with his loved ones.
Ali Khan Age
Ali Khan was born in the United States of America. Unfortunately, his exact date and year of birth remain unknown to the public. We will fill in this gap as soon as we have clear details regarding his age.
Ali Khan’s Height
Khan stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 inches (approx. 1.75 m).
Ali Khan Education
He studied at a local High School and attained his High School Diploma and later furthered his studies at the University of Southern California and graduated earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater Studies.
Ali Khan Family
Ali was born and raised under the loving care of his supportive and hardworking parents in the United States. Both his loving parents are South Asian immigrants. Ali belongs to the Asian-American ethnicity but is an American nationality by birth.
Ali Khan Wife
He is happily married to his loving and supportive wife, whose identity remains unclear. The couple is currently proud parents of one handsome son and has been married for several years. The adorable family happily lives in Austin, Texas.
Ali Khan Salary
Ali’s annual salary is $88,970 per year. This is according to BlackBook Magazine anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Ali Khan Net Worth
Khan has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Ali Khan Career
As of now, Ali works at BlackBook Magazine in Los Angeles as the senior editor since he was 26 years old. Additionally, Khan is the founder of the blog series, Bang For Your Burger Buck since he launched it in 2015. Before his current job, He served at different popular lifestyle websites including LA TACO and Urban Daddy.
He also served as a regular contributor to You Gotta Eat This. Being an outstanding and talented chef, Khan has appeared on Grill It! with Bobby Flay 2008), The Best Thing I Ever Made (2011), and Chopped Junior (2015).