Ron Ben-israel Net Worth

Who has great recipes and lots of money? This chef! unknown is actually a top notch Pastry chef which has established a strong foothold in the hearts and the kitchens of many families and individuals around the globe. From delicious cuisine to wonderful appearances in books and TV, our lovable chef is recognised as a true master in this field. Attending and later graduating Thelma Yellin High School really meant a lot, laying the ground foundation for a beautiful and highly successful career. Born on unknown in unknown, unknown has a family of unknown unknown and unknown. Balancing personal life and being a premiere chef sure has its challenges but unknown seems to cope with them well. So much so that the net worth shows what’s what. The net worth of unknown is estimated to be $5 Million.

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Ron grew up in Tel Aviv, and reportedly loved baking and cooking from an early age. He went on to attend Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts, and specialized in the field of dancing. During the mid ‘70s he served as a soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces; he later admitted that being in army helped him gain discipline. Due to arthritis, Israel had to retire from dancing, but was then able to concentrate on establishing a career as a baker and chef in New York. His career expanded when Martha Stewart, an American businesswoman discovered his talent for making and decorating cakes when she was walking past his cake shop. Stewart and Israel established a successful partnership, and continued working together, with Ron’s food subsequently included in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, and his food would be found on places such as St. Regis, The Pierre and the New York Palace. His wedding cakes gained a lot of recognition and were included in Modern Bride and Martha Stewart Weddings.

Gaining recognition, shortly after he started to appear as a guest star in several television shows, including in 2003 appearing in ‘’The Late Show with David Letterman’’ alongside Carson Daily and Eddie Griffin. He then played the role of Walter in ‘’Everyday People’’, and he was the host of ‘’Sweet Genius’’, from 2011 until 2013, although the show received mediocre and mixed reviews, and holds a score of six point seven out of ten stars on IMDB.

As of the more recent past, Israel appeared in the two episodes of ‘’The Best Thing I Ever Made’’ in 2012, and was a guest star on ‘’Worst Cooks In America’’ and ‘’The Lookout’’. He was the host and the judge of the television series entitled ‘’Chopped’’ from 2013 until 2014, then made an appearance in ‘’America’s Best Cook’’, in an episode entitled ‘’Sugar Rush’’, on which he was a guest judge. He continued appearing in several other television shows; in 2015, Israel served as a judge and master pastry chef on ‘’Cake Wars’’, a reality cooking television series. Two years later, he joined the cast of ‘’Burgers, Brew and ‘Que’’, a show focused on the best food in the US.

As of today, Ron is fully dedicated to creating and decorating cakes. He launched a website on which customers can see his creations.

In conclusion, Ron Ben-Israel is critically acclaimed in his business field and was called ‘’the Manolo Blahnik of wedding cakes’’ by ‘’The New York Times’’. He is a member of City Harvest Food Council, organization focused on food rescue.

In his personal life, Ron is openly gay, but there is no public info of any relationships.

Structural info

  • Net Worth: $5 Million
  • Date Of Birth: 1957
  • Place Of Birth: Israel
  • Profession: Pastry chef
  • Education: Thelma Yellin High School
  • Nationality: Israeli
  • Nicknames: Ron Ben Israel
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  • Movies: Sweet Geniu, Everyday People, Cake Wars
  • TV Shows: Sweet Genius


  • Pastry chef/owner, “Ron Ben Israel Cakes” in SoHo, New York City.
  • Instructor, French Culinary Institute.


Title Year Status Character
Drop Dead Diva 2012 TV Series Robert Bardem
Everyday People 2004 Walter
Title Year Status Character
Cake Wars 2015-2016 TV Series Himself – Judge / Master Pastry Chef
Chopped 2013-2016 TV Series Himself / Himself – Judge / Executive Pastry Chef
Guy’s Grocery Games 2015-2016 TV Series Himself – Judge / Himself – Contestant
Burgers, Brew and ‘Que 2016 TV Series Himself
Side by Side by Susan Blackwell 2014 TV Series Himself
America’s Best Cook 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest Judge / Executive Pastry Chef
The Lookout 2013 TV Series Himself – Baker
Worst Cooks in America 2013 TV Series Himself – Guest Chef
Sweet Genius 2011-2013 TV Series Himself – Host
The Best Thing I Ever Made 2012 TV Series Himself
Late Show with David Letterman 2003 TV Series Himself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
The Lookout 2013 TV Series Himself – Baker


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