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22, about his adoration for motorcycles — even after enduring a serious accident that resulted in the loss of several toes."I love motorcycles," Goldman, 39, told Us at the Hollywood premiere of . Even though I got in a wreck a little while ago and lost some toes — I had to promise my parents and everybody that I’d stop riding — but I can't." PHOTOS: Reality TV's breakout stars Reflecting back on the harrowing 2012 crash, Goldman said the accident itself hasn't deterred him in from pursuing his love for bikes. "It just made me make the choice — more consciously to say, ' I'm doing something that is very dangerous, but it’s something I love.'" PHOTOS: Stars who've been caught getting scared Goldman added that while his commute to and from work is risky, he feels at ease about his mode of transportation.Duff Goldman was born on 17 December 1974 to a Jewish family in Detroit, Michigan.Though his real name is Jeffrey Adam Goldman, he is nicknamed Duff from his childhood. When Duff was four his mother caught him in a kitchen where he was wielding a meat cleaver by watching food personality Chef Tell.He has appeared in Food Network Challenge, Iron Chef America, Oprah, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and Man vs Food.He has featured his work and his shop on reality television show Ace of Cakes.

“The fact that the only confirmation of this comes from a producer who currently draws a paycheck from Page is telling,” they said.

Now that the show has ended its five-year, 10-season run, there's a car seat, Diaper Genie, and baby toys littering the floor of the small room that once held cameras, electrical cords, and lights.

"From day one, when Duff [Goldman] bought the building, we joked that this would be the nursery," says Yeskey, who will share the space with administrative assistant Kerry Dillon and her baby (16-month-old Willow).

“Guy’s own sister, who recently passed away, was gay.”Morgan Fieri died from melanoma that January, 10 months before the alleged homophobia.

Her obituary detailed her life as a “gifted massage therapist” and philanthropist, citing her work at Mexican orphanages and her passion for the environment.