Celebrity chef David Chang won $ 1 million in Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. American chef, writer, and television personality David Chang became the first celebrity to win a $ 1 million prize in the U.S. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire competition.
American chef, writer, and television personality David Chang. He became the first celebrity to win a $ 1 million award in the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire competition.
Celebrity chef, on behalf of the Southern Smoke Foundation, which works to assist workers in the food and beverage industry in crisis situations
He participated in the celebrity version of the contest on Sunday to earn money.
The question the 43-year-old chief answered to earn $ 1 million by risking his $ 500,000 was:
“Who was the first president to have electricity in the White House, even though he and his wife never touched a light switch for fear of being struck?” The stylish ones were: A) Ulysses S. Grant, B) Benjamin Harrison, C) Chester A. Arthur, D) Andrew Johnson.
The correct answer was Benjamin Harrison, who served as the 23rd president between 1889 and 1893. Before answering the question, Chang used the wildcard right by phone and the friend he was looking for got the correct answer.
Chang, the founder of the Momofuku restaurant group, emphasized the problems experienced by the food and beverage industry in the pandemic, thanks to the competition presented by Jimmy Kimmel.
“Having a million dollars right now is groundbreaking for many families. No matter how far I want to get away, even if I will be ashamed for the rest of my life for doing wrong, getting the right to call attention to the needs of the industry means more to me ”