Josh Denny Bio

Josh Denny is the host of Ginormous Food.

Photo by: Ben Leuner ©© 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Ben Leuner, © 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Josh Denny is the host of Ginormous Food.

Originally from Philadelphia and currently residing in Los Angeles, Josh Denny has spent the last decade traveling the country chasing his passion for the best food while serving up heaping portions of funny as a standup comedian. Josh's trip across our nation has given him a vast knowledge of what makes Americans and their bellies smile, and he acts on it by sharing clever comedic observations and dropping knowledge on the best eats in the country. 

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