All he cared about was contribution. If you're carrying your weight, you're OK. If not, you're gone'Survivor' rivals split over racial theme Sep 14, 2006
We assured him that we did not cast the show looking to fulfill an existing stereotype'Survivor' rivals split over racial theme Sep 14, 2006
We looked at dividing them ethnically as a positive idea'Survivor' calls divisions 'ethnic pride' Sep 08, 2006
We always have a low number of minority applicants apply for the show'Survivor' conducts racial experiment Aug 23, 2006
I was thinking about retiring and spending my time traveling to exotic locations around the world, meeting new and interesting peopleJeff Probst re-signs with 'Survivor' Dec 09, 2005
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 host of the U.S. version of the reality show Survivor.
Probst was born in Wichita, Kansas, but grew up primarily in Bellevue, Washington. After graduating from Newport High School in 1979, he attended Seattle Pacific University and worked at Boeing Motion Picture/Television studio as a producer and narrator of marketing videos.
In addition to Survivor, Probst previously hosted the FX network's original half-hour show dedicated to answering viewer letters, Backchat along with Sound FX, and a series of afternoon shows surrounding parenting, relationship and medicine. (1996). Probst also hosted the VH1 series Rock & Roll Jeopardy! from 1998 to 2001, and was a correspondent for the syndicated program Access Hollywood." He also wrote and directed the Lionsgate released film, Finder's Fee. People magazine named Probst one of the "50 Most Beautiful People" in 2001. He often contributes to Jeopardy! by giving Survivor related clues from the show's venues, has twice appeared on Celebrity Jeopardy!, first in 2001 and again in 2003, and made several cameo appearances during the April 1, 2010 episode.