Damaris Phillips

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Damaris Phillips
Born1980/1981 (age 32–33)[1]
Fayette County, Kentucky, United States
Cooking styleSouthern cooking
EducationJefferson Community and Technical College[1]
 
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Damaris Phillips
Born1980/1981 (age 32–33)[1]
Fayette County, Kentucky, United States
Cooking styleSouthern cooking
EducationJefferson Community and Technical College[1]

Damaris Phillips is an American chef who won the ninth season of the Food Network television series Food Network Star.

Early life[edit]

Phillips was born in Fayette County, Kentucky. She has four brothers and sisters.[2]

Education[edit]

Phillips graduated from Jefferson Community and Technical College, where she earned a degree in Culinary Arts.[1] She states to have attended culinary school because she “didn’t know what to do in life”.[2] Phillips later went on to become a culinary food instructor.[3]

Food Network[edit]

Food Network Star[edit]

In early 2013, Phillips became a contestant on the ninth season of the Food Network series Food Network Star.[2] She eventually became one of the final three contestants, and she filmed a pilot for a potential series called Eat, Date, Love.[4] Phillips was announced as the winner of the competition on August 11, 2013.[1]

Southern at Heart[edit]

Beginning October 27, 2013, Phillips will host a new show on the Food Network called Southern at Heart.[5] The first season of this half-hour show will air on Sundays at 10:30 am/9:30c and will consist of six episodes.[6] She posts regular show reviews and updates to her Facebook page.[7]

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