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Entertainment'Another gone too soon': My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge pays tribute as another chef dies in tragic circumstances – just days after Russell Crowe's personal chef took his own life

19:55  12 february  2019
19:55  12 february  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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tribute as another chef dies in tragic circumstances – just days after Russell Crowe ' s personal chef took his own life . Fassnidge 's post comes only a day after he appeared on national television to discuss depression in his industry following the death of Russell Crowe ' s personal chef , Justin Bull.

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An accomplished Australian chef has has taken his own life, the second in less than a week.

'Another gone too soon': My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge pays tribute as another chef dies in tragic circumstances – just days after Russell Crowe's personal chef took his own life© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Sydney-based sous chef Matt Crandon (pictured) died in non-suspicious circumstances Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge, who is a judge on the reality show My Kitchen Rules, took to social media on Tuesday to pay tribute to former co-worker Matt Crandon.

Fassnidge's post comes only a day after he appeared on national television to discuss depression in his industry following the death of Russell Crowe's personal chef, Justin Bull.

'Another gone too soon': My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge pays tribute as another chef dies in tragic circumstances – just days after Russell Crowe's personal chef took his own life© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge shared the devastating news on social media Tuesday

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Sharing a photo of the sous chef of popular Sydney restaurant 4Fourteen, Fassnidge wrote that his mate would be missed.

'Matt looking chuffed on the pass of 4fourteen restaurant before he lost all dockets.

'Another gone too soon': My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge pays tribute as another chef dies in tragic circumstances – just days after Russell Crowe's personal chef took his own life© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr Crandon (pictured) worked with Fassnidge at a restaurant in Sydney only months ago 'RIP mate, you will be missed.'

Members of Matt's family, including mother Lyn and brother Alex, 'love' reacted to the post.

Fassnidge lamented the fact he had only just been discussing mental health issues in the industry a day earlier.

In the interview, he spoke of another friend who had taken his own life two years ago, saying it 'rocked' him and compelled him to advocate for chef's mental wellbeing.

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Colin Fassnidge appeared a little less than happy in a social media post he shared on Tuesday. The Instagram snap shows the chef alongside his fellow My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel, both Issues: 'This is going to be a series that will be the worst in the ratings history of My Kitchen Rules

'Another gone too soon': My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge pays tribute as another chef dies in tragic circumstances – just days after Russell Crowe's personal chef took his own life© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fassnidge lamented he had spoken on the importance of mental health in chefs a day ago

'I grew up in the Irish society of "you don't say anything, everything's okay, you're a strong man",' Fassnidge said.

'And it's taken me a lot of time to just express yourself to other men, and that's what we do to our younger chefs.

'Tell them it's okay to talk and it's okay to cry.'

Fassnidge and Mr Crandon worked together at 4Fourteen before it closed its doors last August.

Mr Crandon also worked at Wine Banc in Sydney and Chur Burger in Brisbane.

He had shared a number of posts to social media detailing a battle with depression and anxiety, saying mental health issues were not a sign of weakness.

Mr Crandon also followed Beyond Blue and R U OK Day on Facebook.

'Another gone too soon': My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge pays tribute as another chef dies in tragic circumstances – just days after Russell Crowe's personal chef took his own life© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr Crandon's death comes days after world-renowned chef Justin Bull (pictured) was found dead in a cafe under non-suspicious circumstances

Fassnidge's interview with Seven's The Daily Edition came after world-renowned chef Justin Bull, 46, was found dead in in Bronte, Sydney, on Friday morning.

Mr Bull, who left behind six-year-old son Felix, travelled the world working for actor Russell Crowe and billionaire casino magnate James Packer.

His death, which shook the industry, was not treated as suspicious.

Globe-trotting chef Anthony Bourdain was also found dead in non-suspicious circumstances in a French hotel room last June.

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