Jeff Probst is a famous reality show host as well as an executive producer. Since 2000, he is best recognized as the Emmy Award-winning host of the US reality TV show “Survivor”. From September 2012 to May 2013, he hosted “The Jeff Probst Show”, a syndicated daytime talk show. The show was produced by CBS Television Distribution. In 2022, he appeared in the “Saturday Night Live” television show.
Tonight’s the night #Survivor fans! The finale of Survivor: 43 followed by the After Show! Only five players left, who will be this season’s Sole Survivor?! Watch it all play out starting at 8/7c on @CBS pic.twitter.com/pEds8266uB
— Jeff Probst (@JeffProbst) December 14, 2022
Who is Jeff Probst’s Wife?
Jeff married twice. Jeff married Shelley Wright in 1996, who was a psychotherapist. Both of them got divorced in 2001. Then in 2004 after Survivor: Vanuatu wrapped, Jeff dated Juki Berry who was a contestant. Jeff was very sad inside in early 2008 and went broke.
On December 5, 2011, Jeff married Lisa Ann Russell. Jeff and Lisa have two children, a son Michael, born in 2004, and a daughter, Ava, born in 2006. Both children were born to her ex-husband, actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
How much does Jeff Probst get paid?
Jeff is the host of a reality show as well as the executive producer. He has worked in and produced a number of television shows. Jeff’s per-episode salary is $200,000. The show has an average of 14 episodes per season, making $7 million for each new season. According to sources, he earns $8 million every year.
Know Jeff Probst’s Career
Jeff was born on November 4, 1961, to his parents Jerry and Barbara Probst. His birthplace was Wichita, Kansas, United States. His age is 61 years as of 2022. He did his school at Newport High School. He graduates from Seattle Pacific University.
In 1999, he appeared on “Rock and Roll Jeopardy!” Started his hosting career with. performance. This was followed by Jeff’s second show “Survivor” in 2000, in which Jeff was the host as well as executive director and producer.
In 2001, he participate in the “Celebrity Jeopardy!” show as a contestant. From 2002 to 2004, he appeared in the “Fillmore!” television series as Raycliff. From 2003 to 2007, he appeared in “Mad TV” as a guest star. After that, he worked in many tv shows including Two and a Half Men, Life in Pieces, Survivor: Blood vs Water Preview, Family Guy, Two and a Half Men, and more.