Bourdain’s friends and fellow celebrities are taking to Twitter to mourn the dead of a true icon of the culinary world. (Photo: Instagram)
CNN confirmed the dead of Anthony Bourdain via a statement posted to their social media accounts. (Photo: Twitter)
Gordon Ramsey used his platform to share the hot lines for suicide. (Photo: Twitter)
American TV host mourned the dead of his friend Anthony Bourdain. (Photo: Twitter)
Fellow culinary icon Andrew Zimmern took to Twitter to lament the loss of Bourdain. (Photo: Twitter)
Actor Elijah Wood said it’s difficult to imagine a world without Anthony Bourdain. (Photo: Twitter)
Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale celebrated Anthony Boudain’s life in a tweet. (Photo: Twitter)
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson shared a picture alongside Bourdain. (Photo: Twitter)
Actress Mia Farrow celebrated Anthony’s contributions to the world through talents. (Photo: Twitter)
Model Christine Teigen took to Twitter to mourn the dead of one of her icons. (Photo: Twitter)
Bryan Cranston encouraged his followers to be more aware of people who are suffering from depression. (Photo: Twitter)
Actor Josh Gad was shocked over the news of the dead of Anthony Bourdain. (Photo: Twitter)
Patton Oswalt took to Twitter to share his own experience with suicide. (Photo: Twitter)
Actress Busy Philipps shared the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline on Twitter. (Photo: Twitter)
Actress Mandy Moore sent peace and love to Bourdain’s family. (Photo: Twitter)
Debra Messing cried the loss of Anthony Bourdain. (Photo: Twitter)
The world was taken by surprise Friday morning when CNN confirmed the unexpected death of their colleague and friend, the talented celebrity chef and television host, Anthony Bourdain, at age 61.
Bourdain was found dead at his hotel room in France, where he was recording an upcoming episode of his award-winning food travel show Parts Unknown, which was working on its 11 th season after five years on the air.
The news of Bourdain’s dead comes only three days after fashion designer Kate Spade passed away, caused by an apparent suicide as well, further shocking the entertainment industry.
Bourdain’s friends and fellow celebrities like Gordon Ramsey, Chrissy Teigen, and Bryan Cranston are taking to Twitter to not only mourn the dead of a true icon of the culinary world, but also to share information on prevention, hotlines, and other resources to help and support people in distress. See their messaged in our photo gallery above.