As one of the world's most celebrated health food advocates and star of popular shows like "The Naked Chef" (BBC and Food Network, 1991-2001), where the energetic and very hands-on chef stripped food to its basic essentials to convince people that anyone can cook, Jamie Oliver bared it all for a good cause. The series made Oliver - who worked at such famed restaurants as London's Neal Street Restaurant and trendy River Café - a household name. Over the years, Oliver starred in numerous television specials and documentaries that showcased his efforts to promote fresh food cooking, most notably "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" (ABC, 2010). The hit series followed Oliver as he attempted to reform the way America ate - one city and one school at a time. Oliver came through as sincere and unabashed in his pleas to convince elementary students to pass on the nuggets and fries in favor of grilled orange chicken and salad. Oliver's passion for fresh food was the hallmark of his cooking and his commitment to transforming people's relationship with food solidified his place as one of his generation's most original and influential culinary masters.