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|Occupation||Reality television cook|
|Known for||MasterChef Australia|
|Awards||Winner, MasterChef Australia|
Brent Owens (born 23 August 1989) is an Australian cook. He is the winner of the sixth series of MasterChef Australia. He gave $50,000 of his $250,000 prize money to fellow contestant Emelia Jackson. He wrote a cook book, Dig In!, for people who come home tired at the end of the day to make a stellar dish with minimal effort. He lives in Melton, Melbourne.
From age 18, Owens worked as a bobcat driver for Ancrum's father's excavation business. Owens bought a house at age 19. He played Australian rules football for the Melton South Football Club in the Ballarat Football League.
After working as a chef, Owens left Australia to pursue a career in biotechnology. He is studying life science at Harvard University and is the co-founder of Vitrafy, a biotech company.
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