The American game show host, Jeff Probst has an outstanding Net worth of $40 Million as of 2008. Jeff is the Emmy Award Winning host of the reality television show, Survivor. He also hosted The Jeff Probst Show of CBS Television Distribution.
Born in Wichita, Kansas on November 4, 1961, Jeff Probst was named as Jeffrey Lee Probst at his birth. He spent his entire childhood in Bellevue, Washington with his parents Jerry and Barbara Probst. Jeff received his graduate degree from Newport High School there in 1979 and joined Seattle Pacific University. He is an avid lover of television from his childhood hence, left college and worked as a marketing video narrator for Boeing Motion Pictures.
The 56 years old, Jeff Probst has accumulated a remarkable Net worth of $40 Million to date. The reason behind his aspiring net worth is his earnings from his multiple jobs as reporter, TV host, and executive producer. Jeff earns a hefty salary of $200,000 from every show he hosts. No doubt, he is following a luxurious way of living through his income from his professions.
|2018||$40 Million(increased by 25%)|
American Reality Television host, Jeff Probst is living a lavish lifestyle.
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Right now, Jeff is residing with wife Lisa Ann Russell, stepson Michael, and stepdaughter Ava at Los Angeles, California. Jeff was previously married to psychotherapist Shelley Wright, but they got divorced within six years of their marriage. He has gathered a massive fan following over social media profile. Jeff is followed by 472k people on his Twitter profile as of October 2018.
The famous television host, Jeff Probst began his career at a very young age. He went to Boeing Motion Pictures and worked as a marketing narrator and producer. Later on, he became part of FX’s half-hour show Backchat where viewer letters were answered by the host. Jeff works at FX’s was applauded, and he successfully carved his path as a tv personality after that.
Jeff enhanced his career in the Television industry hosting for several networks. He worked as the host for VH1 series Rock & Roll Jeopardy!, Survivor, Celebrity Superfan Roundtable, Live For The Moment and others. Jeff also debuted his career in movies from writing and directing the Finder’s Fee movie.
Jeff Probst is part of reality show Survivor as a host since 2001.
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Jeff won numerous awards for his contribution of serving more than two decades in the Television industry. He continuously won the title of Primetime Emmy Award four times for Outstanding Host of a Reality or Reality-Competition Program in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Jeff also received an Emmy award in 2001 for being the host of Survivor.