Worst Cooks in America, Season 19: Meet the Recruits

Get to know the seven culinarily challenged celebrities taking on Boot Camp in Season 19.

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Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Photo By: Jason DeCrow

Which Stars Will Survive Boot Camp?

They're stars of the big screen and the small screen, but these celebrities are no stars in the kitchen. Keep reading to meet the seven famous faces entering Anne and Tyler's Boot Camp.

Wells Adams

Wells was a standout fan favorite on season 12 of ABC’s The Bachelorette and although he did not find love, he did find himself beloved by Bachelor Nation. So much so that ABC brought him on to be the main fixture as the Bartender on Bachelor in Paradise, a role that gives him the unique platform to serve drinks, wisdom, and one-liners.

Johnny Bananas

The winningest contestant in the history of MTV’s The Challenge, Bananas grew up in a California home without cable and had never even seen The Real World before he got to college. The free-spirited Penn State grad has become a ubiquitous presence on reality TV, snagging more than a half-million dollars in prize money.

Dave Coulier

Dave Coulier is perhaps best known as 'Joey' on ABC’s hit television series, Full House, and Netflix’s spin-off, Fuller House. On the big screen, Coulier starred in Nickelodeon’s original movie, Shredderman Rules, Lifetime’s The Family Holiday, and Disney Channel Original Movies, The Thirteenth Year and The Even Stevens Movie. Coulier has also built a successful standup career, having performed on The Tonight Show, HBO’s Detroit Comedy Jam, and HBO’s Comic Relief at Radio City Music Hall. Coulier continues to tour, selling out colleges, corporate events, casinos, clubs, and theaters around the country. In his free time, Dave enjoys flying airplanes, playing ice hockey and golf.

Bridget Everett

Bridget Everett is a powerhouse singer, actor, writer and comedian. Known for films PATTI CAKE$, Trainwreck and Sex and the City, she’s a co-host on Amy Schumer’s podcast 3 Girls, 1 Keith playing on Spotify. In 2015, she won an Obie Award for her original show, Rock Bottom, at the Public Theater which she created with Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman. Bridget has played comedy and cabaret festivals around the world and recently joined Patti LuPone with the New York Philharmonic.

Robin Givens

A theater, film, and television actress, Robin Givens has appeared on Head of the Class, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Once Upon a Time, Hollywood Wives, The Bold and the Beautiful, Riverdale and Katy Keene. She attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and Sarah Lawrence College.

Sonja Morgan

Known as "the straw that stirs the drink," Sonja Morgan is a fixture of New York City society and stars on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York. She got her start modeling in Paris and Milan then went on to study marketing at the Fashion Institute of Technology, eventually representing high-end luxury brands. She dedicates her time to her daughter, her businesses and her philanthropies, which include work with children, artists, the LGBT community and animals.

Brian Posehn

Comedian, actor and writer Brian Posehn is constantly touring as a stand-up comedian in the best clubs and rock venues around the country. He starred for three seasons in Comedy Central's The Sarah Silverman Program and recurred on SyFy’s Deadly Class. He has done guest spots on CBS’ The Big Bang Theory, NBC’s Will & Grace, FOX’s New Girl, TBS’ Anger Management, and NBC’s Seinfeld to name a few.

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