• Ryder Fieri is the son of Guy Fieri, a famous American chef, restaurateur, author and TV presenter.
• Ryder is currently 15 years old and attends a local high school in the US.
• He enjoys playing sports and video games, cycling, travelling, skateboarding, and watching movies.
• His father Guy Fieri is known for his appearances on the Food Network and his own restaurants.
• Guy has a vineyard and car collection, and officiated a wedding for his friend in 2015.

Who is Ryder Fieri?

Ryder Fieri was born in the USA, on 31 December 2005 – his zodiac sign is Capricorn and he holds American nationality. He’s probably only known for being the son of Guy Fieri, a famous American chef and restaurateur, author, and TV presenter.

Early life and education

Ryder’s being raised alongside his brother Hunter in the US, by their father and their mother Lori, who prefers to be left out of media.

Not a lot is known about Ryder’s early life, as his parents are trying their best to keep him and his brother away from the media’s attention. He attended a local elementary school at which he was apparently mostly focused on playing sports, including soccer and basketball.

Ryder has just recently enrolled at a local high school, at which he has continued playing sports, while it’s been revealed that he’s also become interested in acting, and has begun appearing in school plays.

He’s already expressed his desire to obtain a college degree.

Friends and girlfriend

Ryder’s said to be a highly social boy, and apparently has many friends at school, and it’s also been reported that the boy might even be in a relationship today. According to one of his father’s fans, Ryder’s been seen holding hands with a girl who’s his high school classmate, and while some have addressed the rumors claiming that she’s probably his girlfriend, others believe that Ryder’s still too young to be dating and that the girl’s only his good friend.

Ryder hasn’t spoken about these rumors, and is thus single as of 2021.

Hobbies and other interests

Ryder spends part of his spare time outdoors as he enjoys skateboarding and playing basketball with his friends, while he has also been seen cycling and playing soccer. He likes to spend time at home as well, playing video games on his PlayStation 4 – his favorite is “Fortnite: Battle Royale”.

His father has taken him to a couple of US states when he had to travel for work, and Ryder has thus fallen in love with travelling, and has expressed his desire to visit various European cities in the future.

Ryder Fieri

Ryder’s a dog-lover but it’s believed that his parents don’t allow pets at home.

He doesn’t like to read books, but enjoys watching movies in his spare time – his favorite actors and actresses are Robert Downey Jr., Johnny Depp and Emma Watson, and some of his favorite films are “Iron Man”, the franchise “Pirates of the Caribbean” and another franchise “Harry Potter”.

Age, height and net worth

Ryder’s age is 15. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 4ft 8ins (1.42m) and he weighs around 88lbs (40kgs). As of May 2021, he doesn’t have independent wealth, but his father’s net worth has been estimated at over $20 million.

Who is his father Guy Fieri?

He was born as Guy Ramsay Ferry – changing his last name to Fieri after marrying Ryder’s mother – in Columbus, Ohio USA on 22 January 1968, so his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he holds American nationality. He’s probably known best for having hosted various series on the American basic cable channel Food Network, with the magazine of “The New York Times” naming him ‘face of the network’ back in 2010.

Guy was raised in Ferndale, Humboldt County, California alongside his sister Morgan, by their father Lewis James Ferry and their mother Penelope Anne (nee Price).

He became interested in sports while attending a local elementary school, and upon enrolling at a local high school, Guy entered a foreign student exchange program and got to study in France for a year. It was there that he became interested in cooking and food in general, and determined to one day become a chef. Upon returning home, he made himself an ‘Awesome Pretzel’ cart and began selling pretzels, while he also washed dishes at a local restaurants, wanting to gather money and return to France to study there.

Upon matriculating in 1986, Ryder began working at the Red Lion Inn restaurant in Eureka, California, and then moved to Las Vegas to attend the University of Nevada, from which he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in hotel management in 1990.

He then moved to Long Beach, California to work as the manager of the Parker’s Lighthouse restaurant, then after three years there, he became the Louise’s Trattoria’s district manager, in charge of their six venues, including recruiting and training new workers.

In the second half of 1996, Guy and the American businessman Steve Gruber opened a restaurant named Johnny Garlic’s together in Santa Rosa, California, then opened another in Windsor in 1999, and one more in Petaluma in the early 2000s, but which then closed in 2008. The year 2003 saw them open a barbecue and sushi restaurant – Tex Wasabi – while its second venue was opened in 2007 in Sacramento. Guy has opened many and closed some since then.

He gained recognition in 2006 on TV, after entering and winning the second season of the reality competition show “The Next Food Network Star”, and was thus allowed to host six episodes of his own show on Food Network from 25 June 2006 – “Guy’s Big Bite” ended on 16 November of the same year. His second series “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” began airing in April 2007, and it featured Guy travelling around California and eating at various restaurants. He then hosted several other food-related shows, including “Ultimate Recipe Showdown”, “Guy Off the Hook” and “Minute to Win It”. Most recently, in 2017 Guy hosted the series “Guy’s Family Road Trip” which aired its first episode on 13 August.

He likes to attend public events related to food, and could’ve been seen attending the 2012 Food and Wine Festival in both Atlantic City and South Beach.

In 2015, he was invited by his friend Art Smith, an American chef, to officiate his wedding in Miami which was attended by over 20 same-sex couples.

Guy’s a fan of wine and has a vineyard, and sells his own wine Hunt & Ryde (named after his sons).

He’s a huge fan of cars and collects American classics – some of his favorites in his collection are a 1969 Chevrolet Impala, a 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle, and a 1976 Jeep CJ-5.


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