Marco Pierre White Height

I think self-discovery is the greatest achievement in life, because once you discover yourself and accept what you are, then you can fulfill your true potential and be happy.

The first celebrity chef the world has seen, Marco Pierre White is known for many things, like being the Head Chef in Hell's Kitchen TV series or training other celebrity chefs such as Mario Batali, Curtis Stone, Shannon Bennett, and the one and only Gordon Ramsay.

About Macro Pierre White's Raw and Uncooked Height

Something can be said about chefs being big people. Chefs like Gordon Ramsay, Nigella Lawson, Anthony Bourdain [rip], and Macro Pierre White are all big people. Maybe their love for food from an early age provides them with optimal nutrition and thus makes them big?

Anyway, in this video, Macro Pierre White claims to be 6 feet 3 inches tall and after taking a careful look at him and comparing his height to that of a few well-known people, like Gordon Ramsay, we think that Mr. White might be 6'3" in his prime, though he seems to have lost some height with age too -- so he seems to be a bit shorter now.

The height of Marco Pierre White in his prime was

6'3" or 190.5 cm

His present height is

6'2" or 188 cm

Marco Pierre White mugshot
Marco Pierre White: Tall and stern.

Marco Pierre White is as good a chef as he is a thinker, as evidenced by some of his quotes.

On his looks.

A lot of people say I look like a rock star or a designer punk. But I swear it's the job that has carved my face. It's the hours, the stress, and the pressure. It's not me trying to look like this.

The secret of cooking.

Cooking is a philosophy; it's not a recipe.

A chef's mother.

A chef's palate is born out of his childhood, and one thing all chefs have in common is a mother who can cook.

The good people.

Good people are always forgiving. They close an eye to one's failings.

The power of self-control.

Self-control is true power.

Forcing things.

I think, in life, the more you force things, they break. You just let things happen.

His mind and heart.

My mind might be conservative, but at heart, I was always a socialist.

Human mistakes.

We all make mistakes. God knows I've made more than anyone else I know.

Success and greatness.

Success is born out of arrogance, but greatness comes from humility.

Being judged by narrow-minded people.

Once you accept you are being judged by people who have less knowledge than yourself, then what's it worth?

Strategy and talent.

Strategy will compensate the talent. Talent will never compensate the strategy.

Being the perfect parent.

Anybody who thinks they're the perfect parent is a fool.

A more hard worker.

I never met a man who worked harder than me.

Food for the mind.

I like my mind being stimulated. I like discovering new concepts.

Enjoying his father.

The day I stopped fearing my father was the day I could enjoy him.

On his mistakes.

I have no regrets in my life. If not for the mistakes that I made I would not be the man I am today.

On rudeness.

Rudeness is not having fun, and if it is, it's at the expense of another person.

On life.

Life is an emotional rollercoaster. It really is.

On understanding and accepting yourself.

Once you accept and understand yourself, you do things for the right reasons, not the wrong ones, rather than being fuelled by your insecurities.

On lying.

People do peculiar things in life and they do for whatever reason but I think one of the greatest crimes in life is when you lie.

Picking yourself up again.

There are many times in my life, when I could've thrown in the towel. Many times in my life when I was on the floor. And when you're on the floor, never allow anybody to pick you up. It doesn't matter how long you stay there, make sure you pick yourself up and dust yourself down. Whatever happens, whether you go home today or you don't go home today, that's irrelevant. What's relevant, is you take the knowledge from the experience and you grow as a person.