Jeff Probst : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary
Jeff Probst is an American reality show host and executive producer know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary
|Birthdate ( Age)||4 November 1961|
|Place of Birth||Wichita, Kansas, United States|
|Spouse/Partner||Lisa Ann Russell (m. 2011), Shelly Wright (m. 1996–2001)|
|Parents||Jerry Probst, Barbara Probst|
|Education||Seattle Pacific University|
|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Jeff Probst is an American reality show host and executive producer. He is best known as the Emmy Award-winning host of the U.S. version of the reality television show Survivor.
He was also the host of The Jeff Probst Show, a syndicated daytime talk show produced by CBS Television Distribution from September 2012 to May 2013.
Early Life and Family
Probst was born at the Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas, to Jerry and Barbara Probst, and 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.
Jeff Probst Wife
Probst was married to his first wife, psychotherapist Shelley Wright, from 1996 to 2001.In 2004, after filming on Survivor: Vanuatu wrapped, he began dating one of the contestants, Julie Berry.They broke up in early 2008.Probst married his second wife, Lisa Ann Russell, on December 5, 2011.Through this marriage, Probst is a stepfather to Russell's two children, son Michael (born in 2004) and daughter Ava (born in 2006), from her former marriage to actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar.Probst has stated that he and his wife amicably share custody with Gosselaar and his second wife, and that the children consider all four to be parents.
Jeff Probst Net Worth
Jeff Probst is an American reality show host and executive producer has an estimated Net Worth around $50 million in 2021.
Jeff Probst Salary
Jeff Probst is reportedly paid a whopping $8 million as salary per season. He is a talented presenter who has won Emmy Awards for Outstanding Reality Host four times.
In addition to Survivor, Probst once hosted FX's original half-hour show dedicated to answering viewer letters, Backchat, along with Sound FX, a music series featuring Orlando Jones (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 was also a frequent guest star on the sketch show MADtv, guest starring once a season since the show's 9th season.Probst also hosts "Celebrity Superfan Roundtable" for Howard Stern.He is the host of Survivor, a globally-syndicated American reality show which he has hosted since its inception in 2000.
Probst made a guest appearance in a 2003 episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim.On October 20, 2008, TV Guide reported that Probst was developing a new reality TV series for CBS called Live For The Moment that was to feature people with terminal illnesses being taken on "the last adventure of their life" before they die.Only the pilot was aired, on January 28, 2010.
On April 1, 2009, Probst appeared on the CBS reality television special I Get That a Lot, in which he worked a cash register.In October 2011, he appeared as himself on the sitcom How I Met Your Mother, in the episode "The Stinson Missile Crisis".In January 2012, Probst was announced as director of his second feature film, coming-of-age story Kiss Me, starring John Corbett and Sarah Bolger, with production scheduled to begin in Los Angeles, California, the following month.
From September 10, 2012, Probst hosted The Jeff Probst Show, a syndicated daytime talk show produced by CBS Television Distribution from September 2012 to May 2013. CBS did not pick up the show for a second season, citing low ratings.Starting on October 2012, Probst has hosted the recurring Adult Swim special, "The Greatest Event in Television History", which consists of remakes of 1980s TV show title sequences.
In November 2013 and January 2014, Probst appeared as himself on the sitcom Two and a Half Men in two season 11 episodes, "Some Kind of Lesbian Zombie"and "Baseball. Boobs. Boobs. Baseball.".In December 2016, Probst appeared as himself on the sitcom Life in Pieces, in the episode "Swim Survivor Zen Talk".