Meltem Conant Biography
|Birth Name||Meltem Bozkurt Conant|
|Married to||Scott Conant|
Professionally, Meltem Conant is a pet-accessory mogul but she is famous as a celebrity partner, Scott Conant(Winner of Season 3 of Chopped All-Stars). Her partner is the eminent American celebrity chef, cookbook author, restaurateur, and television personality.
Short-Bio Of Meltem Conant
Meltem Conant was born in Turkey as Meltem Bozkurt Conant however her actual date of birth is missing. She is of Turkish nationality while her ethnicity is unknown. Apart from this, there is no single information related to early life such as education, parents, and siblings are unknown.
Married Life With Scott Conant
Meltem Conant is leading happy married life with Scott Conant son of Anne Anne (Varrone) Conant and Charles Conant. The couple shared the wedding vows in years 2007 after several years of a dating relationship.
Thier wedding was held in Bodrum, Turkey. It was the second marriage for Scott and in the case of Meltem, it is the first marriage.
For a honeymoon, they went to Tahiti, the largest island in French Polynesia. As of now, the pair has completed 13 years of togetherness and still has maintained a strong bond.
They welcomed their first kids on February 8, 2010, as daughter Ayla Sophia Reina. After two years they again welcomed daughter Karya Eva Maria.
As of now the family of four is leading a very happy life.
Net Worth and Career
Meltem Conant has a shared $5 million as of 2020 along with her husband Scott Conant is an American chef, restaurateur, and TV personality. As per the source, her husband makes around $45,000 per year as a salary from he guest judge of Top Chef, Conant.
While talking about Scott's career he has served as a guest judge for various shows on the Food Network such as Martha Stewart Living, Top Chef, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, and Chopped. Also, he is the owner of successful restaurants.
Moreover, he is also authored a number of best-selling cookbooks such as Bold Italian (2008), Scott Conant's New Italian Cooking (2005), and The Scarpetta Cookbook (2013).