Julia Child worked as a government spy before she embarked on her cooking career, that made her a cuisine icon around the world. After the WWII and at the age of 36, she and her husband moved to Paris. He introduced her to fine cuisine. That’s where she attended the famous Le Cordon Bleu cooking school and studied with other master chefs. That started her love of food and she spent the rest of her life sharing it with audiences in America as a famous television personality and author.