Anthea Turner & Corbin Tomaszeski


Show Hosts for Dinner Party Wars:

Anthea Turner

Renowned for her unbeatable charm and humour, style and etiquette expert Anthea Turner is one of Great Britain’s best-known TV presenters. Over the years, she has starred in several UK primetime shows including Top of the Pops, ITV’s hit breakfast show GMTV, and the beloved children’s show Blue Peter, and she now watches over the Dinner Party Wars contestants to spot all the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of hosting and provides incomparable advice on how to throw the ultimate dinner party. With her witty British insight, she pulls no punches on calling out the absurd, the repugnant and the oft-surreal behavior that orbits the urban and suburban dinner tables.
Anthea’s impeccable lifestyle credentials were most recently featured in her eponymous series, Anthea Turner: Perfect Housewife (BBC Three) in which she taught disorganized homeowners how to clean and run their houses. The hit program was also accompanied by a popular three-book series.

Chef Corbin Tomaszeski

A regular on Restaurant Makeover (HGTV/Food Network), Chef Corbin made his TV debut in Crash My Kitchen (Food Network), and has since won over legions of fans, including women who want to cook like (and with!) him, and aspiring chefs who want to train in his kitchen.

Also an executive chef known for creating successful destination eateries, Chef Corbin doesn't suffer ‘food fools’. And, with his reputation for righting culinary wrongs with charm and his trademark candor, he tastes and tackles many a bad menu on Dinner Party Wars. Always ready to applaud a delicious meal, Chef Corbin has a knack for rebuilding lackluster menus with his signature flair and attention to detail. A born storyteller, his earliest memories of food include the heavenly smell of fresh-baked bread in his grandmother’s kitchen, and to this day, the aroma immediately transports him back to his childhood. Chef Corbin's personal philosophy is that great food has the ability to connect us all in our day to day lives.