Anthony Bourdain Collection on Late Show, 2000-2011

  • Published on Jun 9, 2018
  • Here are all of Anthony's Late Show appearances: 1. October 11, 2000 2. August 2, 2005 3. March 24, 2008 4. November 7, 2011

  • Asti Upiastirin
    Asti Upiastirin 3 months ago

    No Celebrity death has hit me this hard..oh Tony, Tony. I feel like I have lost a close friend and I don't even know you. I just enjoy watching your adventure on tv and listen to your insights through your deep voice. I will sorely miss you. I don't know when I will get over that you are gone. May you rest in peace.

  • Cry in the Dark
    Cry in the Dark 2 months ago

    Truly a citizen of the world who respected everyone everywhere. Now in this time of immigrant bashing, it's good to hear a white man speak up in their defense. I had read his book years ago, and just like in this interview, he called out the injustice of a two tiered restaurant business where the Hispanics worked the hardest and were responsible for the heavy work that kept the restaurants going and were treated and paid the worse. He said that in 20 years, he never had one white person apply for any of the lowest kitchen jobs that they feel are beneath them, and it's the Hispanics who do the jobs the whites are unwilling to do. The world lost a truly gentle soul and is the poorer for it.

  • Lin Mac
    Lin Mac 3 months ago

    I am shocked that there are thumbs down on this video damn idiots. Man was an entertaining speaker and bright as hell hope your on your best travel now tony RIP

  • will
    will 2 months ago

    Thank you so much for this. I don't give a damn when some celebrity dies who I've never met, but Bourdain was a true inspiration to me. The only time in my life I've cried when I heard someone died that I've never met.

  • Alex Mickee
    Alex Mickee 2 months ago

    Safe travels, Tony.

  • Angel La Canfora
    Angel La Canfora 3 months ago

    That rare guest who Letterman truly respected. RIP Tony.

  • Marty Martin
    Marty Martin 3 months ago

    I was going through some dark depression myself a few months ago when I discovered no reservations on netflix I loved his humour and down to earth personality it cheered me up. I remember thinking what a happy life this man has. I'm shocked that he would committ suicide.

  • Moon Struck
    Moon Struck 3 months ago

    He had such a way w words... 

  • Sideshow Bob
    Sideshow Bob 3 months ago

    A true Legend and very nice guy who will be missed by his fans

  • Rob Stimson
    Rob Stimson 3 months ago

    Letterman asks the same 4-5 questions in 3 consecutive encounters, and Bourdain is cheerfully 3 strokes ahead of Dave 4 outta four times. Ep 3 is the best Sit Down comedy since Joan Rivers on Carson. Anthony Bourdain rest in peace.

  • GlobalCeTZen
    GlobalCeTZen 3 months ago

    I can't believe nobody has connected his choice to pass away in France as a way of going back to his ancestral home. His last name is clearly French which connects him to that nation. Many White Americans forget they are actually Europeans but I believe dear Anthony made a deliberate choice to depart from this life where he did. R.I.P. Mr. Bourdain, we really enjoyed your presence in Ghana, while experiencing our food, culture, ​and hospitality.

  • Todd Merrell
    Todd Merrell 3 months ago

    Such a huge loss, a rare, real, passionate and smart ambassador for the world. Nothing about him was inauthentic - always genuine, and connected to the people and cultures around us, and to what it means to be human, in the most humble and elevated ways at the same time. There is something strangely perfect about the band's closer, 'Not A Second Time' by The Beatles. We miss you Tony.

  • Lorraine Hines
    Lorraine Hines 3 months ago

    Thanks for this. I was a big fan. I really enjoyed his visits with Dave. He was a great writer. I got introduced to him when i read Kitchen Confidential and followed him from then on. Tragic!

  • Jin Luncheonmeats
    Jin Luncheonmeats 3 months ago

    Thanks so much for posting these. I still cannot believe he’s gone. He was such an exuberant personality. It truly makes no sense.

  • Holy shit, it's a talking muffin
    Holy shit, it's a talking muffin 3 months ago

    Thank you for this, My Dad is a huge Letterman fan and I'm a huge Bourdain fan. This is very special to us! ❤

  • Wanda Fischetti
    Wanda Fischetti 2 months ago

    Thanks Don for tribute. Miss Athony so much.

  • Pandora Fox
    Pandora Fox 3 months ago

    A nice tribute. Thanks for the post.

  • Dakota Sky
    Dakota Sky 3 months ago

    It’s heartbreaking to watch him make everyone laugh knowing that suffering from depression ultimately caused him to take his own life. He seemed to be a loveable sweet guy.

  • Syd Alan
    Syd Alan 3 months ago

    I didn't watch his parts unknown and didn't like him after the Detroit show, boy, what a great guy and a brilliant straight shooter! RIP!

  • 11matt11
    11matt11 3 months ago

    Don, as usual, you are amazing. Thought of this and you this morning, and here it is. Thank you so much. RIP Anthony. You helped make foodies who ate better, of millions around the world.