Ian is known, in particular, for his participation in the television program El Gran Premio de Cocina and in MasterChef Argentina, a Telefe reality channel.
As can be seen from numerous publications in Latin American media, the chef’s body was discovered on Tuesday by his friend and colleague Natasha Ramírez, concerned because Ian did not go to work – at the La Casa de la Villa restaurant, and did not answer calls for several days.
Friends broke through the roof of the cook’s house in Caseros and found D’Angelo’s body lying on the bed.
The paramedics who responded to the call determined that the death had occurred at least two days ago. Previously, due to a heart attack.
Natasha said that the last time they came home from work, her friend “felt something like heartburn,” but it never occurred to them that it could be something serious.
Ian was 21 when he wowed audiences on The Cooking Grand Prix, reaching the semi-finals. And although the young man did not win the season, the jury decided to sponsor his training to become a chef.