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|Born||1975 (age 41–42)
|Known for||Maître d'hôtel on Hell's Kitchen|
Jean-Philippe Susilovic (born 1975) is a Belgian television personality of Croatian ancestry, known for his appearances as the maître d' on the American version of Gordon Ramsay's cooking reality show Hell's Kitchen; he was also the Maître d' for the first series of the original British version of the show.
Susilovic joined Ramsay in 1995 in Ramsay's restaurant Aubergine. Susilovic's experience in Michelin-starred restaurants broadened when he moved to the U.S. to work in restaurants such as New York's La Panetiere, Danube and Daniel's. In October 2001, he moved to the Middle East to work with Ramsay as the manager of Verre at the Hilton Dubai Creek.
Susilovic left the American Hell's Kitchen show following the seventh season due to his commitment as Restaurant Director at Gordon Ramsay's London restaurant Pétrus . Susilovic returned to the show for Seasons 11 & 12 but again left before filming began on season 13.
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