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Ronnie Woo is the host of Logo's reality series "Food to Get You Laid."

Born in Seattle, Washington, Ronnie Woo grew up in a family where the culture of food was undeniably important. His mother was constantly preparing and cooking homemade meals while his father was planning extravagant trips around the world for the family centered around the finest cuisine in the world. Needless to say, food was the epicenter of the Woo family and being a foodie was just a way of life.

While earning his bachelor's degree in psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles, Woo also signed a contract with Wilhelmina Model Management and pursued a successful, multi-year career in fashion modeling. However, given the strict diet required for the world of fashion modeling, his passion for all things food only grew stronger. After a very fun and exciting stint in the fashion world, he made the decision to pursue the world of culinary arts. He completed a culinary program in association with the Northwest Culinary Academy of Vancouver while clocking in extensive hours practicing on his friends and family. Shortly after, he founded The Delicious Cook, a private chef company in Los Angeles specializing in intimate, four-star dinner parties and events.

"A question I get asked a lot is how I continue to stay in such good shape even after becoming a chef," Woo says, "All I know if that it's not fun constantly depriving yourself of good food, which is undoubtedly life's most amazing pleasure." In addition to maintaining an active lifestyle with lots [modeling] of exercise, Ronnie notes, "It's all about moderation… and a couple hours at the gym, that way you stay looking good and you don't feel like you are missing out on any of the deliciousness!" Inspired by his love of all food, Woo created FourStar Foodie, a signature cookie collection, Hamilton, a gourmet lunch delivery service, and Salt + Honey, Chef Ronnie's series of temporary eateries.

Woo's unique brand of big personality, pop culture, and culinary talent has helped him quickly become one of the top private chefs in Los Angeles. He has made numerous media appearances across television, online and print. To add more fuel to the fire, Ronnie welds a long list of celebrity clientele who have thoroughly enjoyed his culinary creations, helping only to solidify his place in the culinary world. His following grows by the day as people learn about his exceptional talent and knack for taking familiar flavors and giving them a new "foodie" spin.

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