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Brent Owens
Born (1989-08-23) 23 August 1989 (age 34)
Nationality Australian
Occupation Reality television cook
Years active 2014–present
Known for MasterChef Australia
Predecessor Emma Dean
Successor Billie McKay
Partner(s) Madison Ancrum
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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