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Who Is Nilou Motamed Husband Peter Jon Lindberg?


Nilou Motamed Husband Peter Jon Lindberg is quite a big man himself. Learn what we know about him.

Nilou Motamed is an American magazine editor and television personality of Iranian origin.

She appears as a recurring judge on the television show Top Chef. Motamed was previously the Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine magazine.

Who Is Nilou Motamed Husband Peter Jon Lindberg? 

Peter Jon Lindberg is famous as the husband of Nilou Motamed.

Motamed met her husband, Peter Jon Lindberg, while both were working at Travel + Leisure magazine in 2000.

Peter is currently a director of inspiration for Conrad Hotels & Resorts. 

Their first date was over martinis at the Royalton Vodka Bar, where they had a heated debate about who made the best cannoli in New York. They had no idea what fate had in store for them.

Many people are unaware that Peter is an award-winning journalist and a worldwide recognized travel guru.

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Nilou Motamed Children & Family Background

Nilou Motamed has two children, Dahlia and Kole.

She was born in Tehran and raised there throughout her youth. After the Iranian Revolution, her family emigrated to Paris, then to New York when she was a teenager.

Her father is an engineer, her sister is a lawyer, and her brother is also an engineer.

She received dual degrees in Political Science and Philosophy from Binghamton University in upstate New York and the Sorbonne in Paris.

Motamed speaks four languages fluently: English, French, Spanish, and Persian.

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Nilou Motamed Net Worth Details

Nilou Motamed Net Worth is guessed to be a million dollars.

With her co-owned business, 'Story Collective,' and a television career spanning more than twenty years as a food/travel critic, she surely amassed a sizable wealth while building a name for herself in the field.

Since 2007, Motamed has served on the James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards panel.

The New York Times published an article about her. and was named one of the "30 Most Influential People in Food" by AdWeek.