Pierre Wolfe's Biography
Born in Europe, Pierre immigrated to the United States in 1950 having served as a 16 year old with Allies in Africa and the Middle East. Pierre received an honorable discharge as a Second Lieutenant.
Pierre's culinary training begun on the
cruise ship Caronia, Curanrd Cruise Line. He formally attended Hotel
Management Schools in Switzerland. Pierre was also owner of four
award winning restaurants in Colorado.
Pierre is a Hall of Fame Member of the Colorado Restaurant Association and is on the advisory board of various culinary organizations.
Pierre began his broadcasting career in Colorado in 1956 on KFML
Radio and branched out into television in 1961. Since those years, Pierre
Wolfe has been in Radio and TV on a continuous basis. Pierre is the
longest broadcaster in the business. Pierre's National show
America's Dining and Travel Guide has been heard since 1988, including 15
years on TalkRadio.net and various other ownerships. His work as a talk show host
also landed him on
KOA, KDEN, KNUS and KVOD In Denver, and he only left those stations due to
changes in programming and or management.
Over his lifespan, Pierre has traveled the
world with his wife, Jean. He has been a broadcaster and guest chef on many of the
leading cruise lines, including Crystal, Cunard, Seabourn, Windstar, and
Radisson Seven Seas.
During his travels, Pierre has broadcast live
from all parts of the globe and from all continents with the exception of
Antarctica and the Artic Circle.
Pierre has a very large cadre of guests who call on his shows, including major renowned international guests in the travel and culinary industries.