Famous chef Gareth Blackstock struggles with dividing time between wife Janice and the restaurant. It's a good thing he can let off steam with his remarks.
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1996   1994   1993  
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Lenny Henry ...  Gareth 20 episodes, 1993-1996
Roger Griffiths ...  Everton 19 episodes, 1993-1996
Caroline Lee-Johnson ...  Janice 18 episodes, 1993-1996
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A comedy, conceived by Lenny Henry, playing the *finest* chef in England, possibly the world. Chef! is set in the kitchen of _Le Chateau Anglais_, the finest French restaurant in England. Gareth Blackstock, the aforementioned chef, embodies all the worst qualities of someone at the top of their profession... Written by Michael Masterson <mjm@wru.org>

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UK

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English

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28 January 1993 (UK) See more »

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Шеф-повар! See more »

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Gareth: So please go away... and please re-arrange the contents of this plate so that someone in the latest stages of malnutrition will at least take a passing interest in it.
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Featured in The Funny Blokes of British Comedy (2005) See more »

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Serious Profession
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Performed by Omar
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EVERTON!!!
26 May 2000 | by JonathanDP81See all my reviews

`Chef' is an utterly hilarious show that I love to catch an episode of on BBC America. Lenny Henry's portrayal of the short-tempered Gareth Blackstock is right on the nose. It's hard to believe, but I have met a couple people quite like him. Unlike them, here you can sit back and laugh at these poor souls who are forced to work with him. My dad says it's just a show about a guy shouting at people, but I disagree. Few if any people have such a great wit when they're angry. `Chef' is about a man who has a great deal of frustration like many of us, but, unlike most of us, he's not afraid to vent it at the people who much of time deserve it. It's painfully funny, too.


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