Ayesha Curry

Congratulations: Chef, mother, and wife Ayesha Curry has signed with the Creative Arts Agency (CAA).

Curry’s bright personality and fun-loving spirit, in part, opened the door to her Food Network show “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen,” where viewers had the opportunity to see the Curry family bond together and eat dinner regularly.

In an exclusive with the Hollywood Reporter, Curry assisted ABC’S Family Food Fight as an executive producer and host this past summer, and the list goes on; the wife and mother of three can also make a mean dish of most anything. Curry also enjoyed being a judge on the Food Network’s Chopped Junior and Guy’s Grocery Games, with appearances on Rachael Ray and Good Morning America. Nonetheless, she is not afraid to voice her concerns about the equality of women. Her actions included publishing a previous column for Woman’s Day Magazine.

In 2016, Curry published her book The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well. It became a NY Times best-seller. Following the success of her book was the opening of a restaurant chain in 2017, called International Smoke and her very own home goods kit that features great products to make your living space feel like home. 

This past July, Curry and her husband, NBA superstar Stephen Curry founded the charity Eat.Learn.Play; the organization aims to end childhood hunger, provide universal access to quality education, and promote healthy and active lifestyles. Curry also serves as a contributing partner to the Michelle Obama-spearheaded initiative Team FNV (Fruits and Veggies).

We applaud Ayesha for being a driven woman and a job well done!

 

By: Aaliyah Ford

Featured Photo: Jonathan Leibson, Getty Images

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