What makes a person successful? Is it career, money or business? Well not in case of everyone around. We are talking about Guy Fieri who feels it’s his wife who supported him to gain success. Guy Fieri married Lori in the year 1995 and since then they are living blissfully in their home at California.

Guy, 49, is well-known restaurateur of America. But his broad popularity is not limited being that, instead he is also known being author and TV star. He hosted Diners, Dives and more programs till date.

Guy Fieri Married Life with His Wife Lori Fieri

Fieri was not Fieri before, as his name was Ferry. But he later changed his family name and made it Fieri. The trivia is, he changed his name just after getting married to Lori. As mentioned in wiki sites, the duo shared love life for quite few years and then stepped in for marriage in the year 1995.

It has already been 25 years since they are living together sharing happy and sad moments. It is possible that they might have faced some problems and also endured some situations but there is no info of their divorce. The bitterness in their married life never came to highlight, so we are assuming them to be one extraordinarily loving couple.

Guy Fieri, His Wife Lori and Children

Guy Fieri with Wife and Children

Guy who is author and wrote some novels about family, finally was able to feel how it would be like being parent in the year 1996 when Lori gave birth to baby boy Hunter. The second son was born in the year 2005 of whom they kept name as Ryder.

As of 2017, Hunter is already 20 and Ryder is around 11 years. But both of them are upset with their father. Once these brothers made statement to public about how The Food Network is keeping their father away from them. This letter was for the program, Above Average indicates.

Before entering in the TV hosting play, he was chef. The very first restaurant he started was in the year 1996. When their restaurant was awarded in the year 2005, he became busy hanging out with TV programs. This was his achievement while it was more like hell for those lovely brothers.