| Mary Jo Eustace|
| Mary Eustace|
| May 1, 1962 (age 53) (1962-05-01) Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
Dean McDermott (m. 1993–2006)
Divorce Sucks: What to Do when Irreconcilable Differences, Lawyer Fees, and Your Ex's Hollywood Wife Make You Miserable
Jack Montgomery McDermott, Lola Eustace
What's for Dinner?, That Old Feeling, Break Dreams
McGill University, Jarvis Collegiate Institute
Dean McDermott, Ken Kostick, Tori Spelling, Charlie Shanian, Carl Reiner
Mary Jo Eustace Wikipedia
Mary Jo Eustace (born May 1, 1962) is a Canadian actress, singer and sous-chef best known as co-host of the Canadian cooking TV series What's for Dinner?.
Eustace was born and raised in Toronto. She attended Jarvis Collegiate Institute and McGill University studying English. She later graduated from George Brown College's culinary program.
In 1995 Eustace appeared on What's for Dinner?, one of Life Network's most popular series, with Ken Kostick throughout its run during the late 1990s. Later, she served as a regular on Canada AM in 2000-2001. In April 2007, Eustace reunited with Kostick as the original morning hosts of What's for Breakfast on new Toronto radio station PROUD FM, a station licensed to appeal to the city's LGBT community. She stepped down from the show in June 2008, and subsequently co-hosted He Said, She Said with Ken and Mary Jo, a cooking show similar to What's for Dinner? on W Network which debuted in July 2008.
In 1994, Eustace recorded a solo musical album entitled Bone & Marrow. In 2000 Mary Jo wrote a Cookbook: "By My Side" with Johanna Weinstein.
On March 3, 2011, Eustace served as moderator for an HBO documentary set to air in 2012. Filming took place at Fellowship Church in Grapevine, Texas. The session discussed sex and cheating on spouses/significant others. The panel consisted of Ed Young, Jr. and Noel Biderman.
Eustace married actor Dean McDermott on July 24, 1993. She moved to Los Angeles when McDermott went south to develop his acting career. They had one child, Jack Montgomery McDermott (born October 10, 1998) and were in the process of adopting a baby girl, Lola, when McDermott began his affair with Tori Spelling. After 13 years of marriage, McDermott and Eustace divorced on February 12, 2006, and he married Spelling three months later. She later finished the adoption of her daughter Lola Eustace (born April 2005) as a single parent. Although McDermott was awarded joint custody of their son Jack, Eustace moved back to Canada with her children. She returned to Los Angeles in 2008. Eustace wrote about the break-up of her marriage in the book "Divorce Sucks: What to do when irreconcilable differences, lawyer fees, and your ex's Hollywood wife make you miserable" which was released in October 2009. She also wrote about her personal divorce story in "Palm Springs" (an essay contributed to The Other Woman, a collection of stories from 21 women).