Troy Joseph Glass is an American actor and conductor. In 2013, Glass reached the semifinals of the first season of the MasterChef Junior American Reality Cooking Competition. He cooked on the show when he was 12 and was fourth. He went on to cook on shows like The Home and Family Show and Access Hollywood, also appearing as a contestant in the cooking game Food Fighters. On Food Fighters, Glass was the first miner to compete at the age of 14 at the time, winning $ 20,000 and a full scholarship from the American Culinary Institute. Glass has worked with YouTube stars TheFineBros, appeared regularly on the hit series Kids React, and appeared as a guest on TheFineBros' other web series, MyMusic. Glass has also appeared in Modern Family, True Blood, and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. He got the lead role in an episode of Nickelodeon's Dead Time Tales. He and the other members of Deadtime Stories were interviewed on Piper Quick Picks.
|Born||Troy Joseph Glass, Jul 27, 2000|
|Residence||Thousand Oaks, California|
|Education||Redwood Middle School|
|Known for||Kids React,Teens React, MasterChef Junior|
|IMDb||Troy Glass's IMDb|
Television and new media actor who appeared in such web series as MyMusic and Kids React. Also a culinary enthusiast, he was a finalist on the first season of MasterChef Junior, finishing in fourth place.
He started cooking at the age of seven. Three years later, he took up acting. He'd attend college as University of Southern California.
His television credits include guest spots on such series as True Blood, Modern Family, and Deadtime Stories.
His mother, Polly Glass, managed a Camarillo, California pizza restaurant.
- MasterChef Junior - MasterChef Junior is an American cooking competition for children and teens ages 8-13 and airs on Fox. It premiered on Friday, September 27, 2013. It is based on the format of the UK Junior MasterChef series.
- Participants in the US game show
- American chef
Latest information about Troy Glass updated on June 14 2021.