Eitan Bernath is an award-winning chef, author, TV personality, entertainer, and social justice activist.
The multihyphenate began his gilded entertainment career early, appearing as one of the youngest ever contestants on the Food Network’s Chopped at just 11 years old. Since then, Bernath’s social media presence has amassed over 8 million followers and 3 billion annual video views that reach more than 350 million consumers in 150 countries every year.
He is the chief executive officer of Eitan Productions, the Principal Culinary Contributor for the Daytime Emmy® award-winning Drew Barrymore Show on CBS, and is a contributor to The Washington Post, Food & Wine, Saveur, and Delish. Bernath’s debut cookbook, Eitan Eats the World, a national bestseller, hit bookstands in May 2022 from Penguin Random House with critical acclaim from outlets including USA Today, Good Morning America, and the Associated Press.
Heralded as a leader in social media for mastering the art of quick-cut content, Bernath’s story and success has graced the pages of publications including The New York Times, New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, and Forbes. In September 2021, Bernath became the youngest ever individual to receive Forbes coveted 30 Under 30 award in Food & Drink.
Building on his passion to contribute to the global effort to solve hunger, Bernath was appointed by the United Nations World Food Programme as a High Level Supporter in February 2023, becoming the youngest individual ever elevated to such a position. In his home of New York City, he serves on the Food Council at City Harvest, New York City’s largest food rescue organization, and as an ambassador for Animal Haven, an animal shelter in downtown Manhattan.