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Before Survivor even started I was a Jeff Probst fan. I used to watch him on the old FX network back when they had live shows and audience involvement. He was the host of a show called Backchat. Viewers were able to call in, write letters, or email. The whole 30 minute show was Jeff answering their questions about the network, it's shows, and hosts.
He seemed to disappear from TV for a bit and reappeared as the host of VH1's series Rock & Roll Jeopardy.
Of course he is most famous as the host of the ever popular Survivor series of reality TV. We've been watching since 2000 and amazingly they have produced two seasons a year since 2001.
He has the voice, he has the look, and he has the charm to keep people paying attention. And, seriously, who can resist those dimples. ;)
Click on the little blue link to be taken to the Jeff Probst page on Wikipedia. Here's the intro...
Jeffrey Lee "Jeff" Probst (born November 4, 1962) is an American game show host, executive producer and a reporter. He is best known as the Emmy Award winning host of the U.S. version of the reality show Survivor. Beginning on September 10, 2012, he hosts The Jeff Probst Show, a syndicated daytime talk show produced by CBS Television Distribution.
A new family adventure series co-authored by Jeff Probst and Chris Tebbetts.
Paperback: 192 pages
Reading level: Ages 8+
Published: February 7, 2013
Paperback: 192 pages
Reading level: Ages 8+
Published: June 13, 2013.
The Jeff Probst Show
The Jeff Probst Show, a 1-hour talk show, premied Monday, September 10, 2012. The concept of the show was "The adventure you're ready for is the one you get." Jeff Probst was both the host AND executive producer.
Unfortunately, it only lasted one year. The final episode aired September 4, 2013.
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Survivor won the Emmy for Outstanding Non-Fiction Program in 2001 and has been nominated every year since.
Survivor: Blood vs Water, the series' 27th season, premiered Wednesday, September 18th.
Set in the South China Sea on the Malaysian island of Pulau Tiga.
Set in the Australian Outback
Set in the Pearl Islands off the coast of Panama.
Set on islands of Vanuatu, located in the South Pacific Ocean.
Set in the island nation of Palau, located in the Philippine Sea.
Jeff Probst Online - Official Sites
Jeff Probst's official website.
- @JeffProbst | Twitter.com
"It is me and I do respond, just not as often as Seacrest or Ellen!"
- jeffprobst | TOUT.com
Video status updates. He chats during Survivor episodes, and he's done a 'day in the life' experiment.
- Jeff Probst | Facebook.com
The official Fan Page for Survivor host Jeff Probst.
Live For the Moment
Probst was the executive producer, and host of Live For the Moment.
Original Air Date: January 28th 2010
Live For The Moment reveals how one person's life-changing event inspired them to live life to the fullest. In this one hour special Jeff Probst took Roger Childs, 44-year-old father of two with Lou Gehrig's Disease, on a series of adventures and experiences to create special life moments with his family and friends.
Jeff Probst Vids
Jeff Probst has teamed up with Purina Pro Plan to help pet owners do more for their pets. He's recording a series of videos, with his own dog Cooper and cat Zoey, that provide novel ways for owners to care for their pets.
Nine videos have been released and posted at DoMoreForPets.com.
"I collaborated with Purina Pro Plan on this project because we share the same philosophy when it comes to caring for pets. Pro Plan is geared for pet owners who get so much from their pets they do all they can to give back to them. That's the kind of pet owner I am, and hopefully pet lovers see it come to life in this series of educational Web videos." - Jeff Probst
I Get That a Lot
CBS aired an April Fools reality special on April 1, 2009. "I Get That a Lot" was a a celebrity prank show that featured stars performing mundane jobs and caught people's reactions on tape. Jeff Probst worked as a cashier in a grocery store.
Jeff Probst wrote and directed the 2001 independent film Finder's Fee. It premiered at Seattle International Film Festival where Probst won the award for Best Director and the film was chosen for Best Picture. He also won the Method Fest award for Best Screenplay, and Breakout Director at Sonoma Film Fest.
Run Time: 100 minutes
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