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Junior Masterchef Australia 

In Series 1 Junior MasterChef auditioned 5,500 hopeful young cooks aged from 8 to 12 from across Australia to arrive at a Top 50 who then competed for a place in the Top 12.
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George Calombaris ...  Self - Judge 38 episodes, 2010-2011
Anna Gare Anna Gare ...  Self - Judge 38 episodes, 2010-2011
Gary Mehigan ...  Self - Judge 38 episodes, 2010-2011
Matt Moran ...  Self - Judge / ... 24 episodes, 2010-2011
Alysha Bernard Alysha Bernard ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Miraede Bhatia-Williams Miraede Bhatia-Williams ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Harry Christophers Harry Christophers ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Madi Davis Madi Davis ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Kieren Dolianitis Kieren Dolianitis ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Jade Finn Jade Finn ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Dee Heyworth Dee Heyworth ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Jack Kibble Jack Kibble ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Aya Martinuzzo Aya Martinuzzo ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Chandler May Chandler May ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Gracie Nieuwohf Gracie Nieuwohf ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Hannah Olive Hannah Olive ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Marcus Pannozzo Marcus Pannozzo ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Indigo Porter Indigo Porter ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Lily Simpson Lily Simpson ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Zac Simshauser Zac Simshauser ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Steven Tsoukatos Steven Tsoukatos ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Tom Vega Tom Vega ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Caroline Wang Caroline Wang ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Greta Yaxley Greta Yaxley ...  Self - Contestant 21 episodes, 2011
Matt Preston ...  Self - Judge 17 episodes, 2010
Sofia Bliss Sofia Bliss ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Lucy Bonanno Lucy Bonanno ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Sam Bradley Sam Bradley ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Emily Falloon Emily Falloon ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Alex Gearing Alex Gearing ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Anthony Georgiou Anthony Georgiou ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Cassidy Higgins Cassidy Higgins ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Bridget Kathleen Hoban Bridget Kathleen Hoban ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Siena Johnston Siena Johnston ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Pierre Khoury Pierre Khoury ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Jack Lark Jack Lark ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
Nick Lieurance Nick Lieurance ...  Self - Contestant 17 episodes, 2010
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In Series 1 Junior MasterChef auditioned 5,500 hopeful young cooks aged from 8 to 12 from across Australia to arrive at a Top 50 who then competed for a place in the Top 12. These plucky finalists faced grueling Pressure and Invention Tests and Team Challenges, as they endeavoured to score as many points as possible from judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris, Matt Preston and Anna Gare. Shine Australia brings Season Two of Junior MasterChef Australia back in 2011. The contestants will still be small but the show will be bigger and better than before, bubbling over with surprise new tests and celebrity guests. Written by Anonymous

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Very Happy to See This Show Return
19 November 2020 | by theordSee all my reviews

Maybe George and Gary and Matt will never be back, but I'm glad this show was revived. The skill levels these kids have is absolutely amazing. I was a chef for ten years and any one of them could cook circles around me. What is it about Australian children that is so different from American kids that makes them so polite and thoughful and sweet? Like the grownup Aussie version, this show is very positive in nature, and emphasizes only the best human qualities. I wish I could say the same of Masterchef US.


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12 September 2010 (Australia) See more »

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