Who is Matty Matheson’s wife, Trish Spencer? Canadian chef Matty Matheson joined comedian Joe Rogan in the latest episode of the Joe Rogan podcast as he opened up on his life and career. Now, people are curious to know more about Matheson’s family life, his wife Trish Spencer, and his connection to Mormonism.
Who is Matty Matheson’s wife?
Matty Matheson is married to his childhood sweetheart Trish Spencer, a lifestyle expert.
They tied the knot in 2014 but have been together for more than two decades after first meeting in school.
Last year, Matheson celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary and, in celebration, dedicated a sweet post to Trish on his Instagram.
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Matheson and his wife Trish have three children together: son MacArthur and daughters Rizzo and Ozzy.
During an interview with Kind Magazine last year, the chef spoke of how Trish has supported him over the years.
He explained: “She’s the one that says green light/red light and the only person who can tell me to stop or keep going and that partnership—complete trust, loyalty, understanding and communication—is the major reason I can move the way I am. I’m doing it for us.”
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The chef’s net worth explored
The Canadian chef is best known for his love of food on TV and online. He started his culinary career under the guidance of chef Rang Nguyen while working at Le Sélect Bistro.
The chef has also gained a following on his YouTube channel, Matty Matheson, which has 845,000 subscribers and counting.
In terms of his net worth, Matty Matheson is estimated to be worth $2 million (1.43 million pounds), according to Celebrity Net Worth. Although other sites have estimated him to have a net worth of up to $3 million.
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Is Matty Matheson Mormon?
In the latest episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Matheson explained he grew up in a Mormon family.
He said: “I was brought up, Mormon. Well, my family’s Mormon, but we are all excommunicated.”
Later in the podcast, he explained he and his family left the Church Of Latter Day Saints after they moved from Nova Scotia to Ontario when Matty was still a teenager.