Anthony Bourdain's will reveals he left his estate to his daughter


Anthony Bourdain was thought to have been worth about $16 million at the time of his death by suicide, but new legal filings reveal the TV chef was actually worth just $1.21 million, Page Six reports. Most of his estate has been left to his 11-year-old daughter.

Out of the million dollars in assets, USD 425,000 is cash, USD 250,000 worth in personal property, USD 35000 in brokerage accounts and around USD 500,000 in intangible property including royalties and residuals.

The court docs also mention a $1-million mortgage, but no other details were given. It is believed that the Manhattan apartment purchased by Bourdain with his now estranged wife Ottavia Busia-Bourdain in 2014.

Bourdain appointed Ottavia to oversee the trust until Ariane, the primary beneficiary, comes of age.

A guardian will be picked by the court to "safeguard" the handling of Ariane's inheritance, as she's still a minor.

Bourdain's will was filed this week in a NY court.

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Bourdain's will was written in 2016, before his split with Busia-Bourdain.

Bourdain was in France working on Season 12 of "Parts Unknown" when he was discovered dead in his hotel room.

CNN has not yet announced any decisions about the future of "Parts Unknown".

The will also states the in the event that his only child passed away before her father, his finances would have gone to her nanny Myra Quizon.

His death resulted in an outpouring of grief and sorrow from his many fans, the food and media communities, and his girlfriend Asia Argento, who wrote on Twitter, "Anthony gave all of himself in everything that he did".