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Mary Jo Eustace has gathered a lot of experience over as a culinary expert (sous-chef) and a TV show host. She is also an actress, a writer and a singer.
After obtaining an English degree from McGill University, she released an album titled Bone & Marrow in 1994 before entering the culinary program of George Brown College.
She made her film debut in 1995 in the horror flick, Forever Knight and in that same year, began co-hosting What’s For Dinner? until 2000.
Best Known For
Since 2008, she and her regular co-host, Ken Kostick have been anchoring the Show He Said, She Said With Ken and Mary Jo after a one-year run co-hosting What’s For Breakfast? on 103.9 FM in Toronto.
She has also starred in The Newsroom and the film, That Old Feeling (both in 1997) and co-wrote and published a cookbook titled By My Side in 2000.
Mary Jo is straight and has not been involved in any relationship that we know of since her divorce from Dean McDermott in 2006. The pair had been married since 1993 and broke up after she learned of Dean’s affair with Tori Spelling.
Details of her family are unavailable. She and Dean have a son named Jack, born in 1998 and were due to adopt an infant daughter, Lola. She is now the mother of Lola Eustace, born in 2005.
Mary Jo’s religious beliefs and practices are currently unknown.
Worth To Know
She wrote the book, Divorce Sucks: What to Do When Irreconcilable Differences, Lawyer Fees and Your Ex’s Hollywood Wife Make You Miserable in 2009.
This was due to being deeply hurt by her ex’s infidelity and was further propelled Spelling’s incessant ridicule of her face and fertility after the divorce.