Michael-Ann Rowe

Michael-Ann was born in New Brunswick, Canada and moved to New York City in 1992.
After undertaking the Acting program at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Michael-Ann’s focus was set to work in theater, film and television, and New York made a lot of sense.
Her talent in front of the camera matched with her love of food eventually brought her to Entrée TV as their show host for over six years. She was the first to film within the galley of the USS JFK Aircraft Carrier, covering ‘Food Aboard the Ship’; a prominent story for Entrée TV.
She has interviewed many of New York’s restaurateurs and chefs which led her to what she ultimately wants to get closer to; the culture behind food. She's traveled to many parts of North America and abroad to understand more. It was the beginning of developing and producing her own food & travel series, Off the Beaten Palate.
Michael-Ann's first three-part documentary was broadcast on PBS and won her the coveted Emmy® Award in 2014.
Her most recent project is developing a cooking series, Put Your Best Fish Forward. The focus is sustainable seafood!
Michael-Ann is a member of SAG-AFTRA, NATAS (National Academy of Television Arts & Science), and FPA (The Foreign Press Association) and the Lobster Council of Canada, Chefs Collaborative, Women Chefs and Restaurants and Slow Food, NY.
She is an Ambassador of New Brunswick, Canada, and an Ambassador of Seafood Nutrition Partnership.