Anthony Bourdain's career took off after his article "Don't Read Before Eating This" appeared in the New Yorker back in 1997. Since then he has gained popularity as a bestselling author, TV personality, and a superb chef. His lookalike, Elliott Gould, rose to fame with his performance in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice and with his leading role in M*A*S*H (1970). Now, time to find some similarities:
Elliott Gould played the role of Jack Geller, father of chef Monica Geller. Anthony Bourdain is a culinary chef and writer.
Birthed in The Big Apple
When it comes to gastronomy, there's nothing like The Big Apple, and Gould and Bourdain's tastebuds have taken full advantage, as both men are native to New York City. Gould was born on August 29, 1938, and Bourdain was born on June 25, 1956.
Do you think Gould would approve of Bourdain's cooking?
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