About Jeff

Originally from Colorado, the love of cars & game-shows brought Jeff out to Southern California.
He’s a self-admitted “Car-Guy” and always wanted to be “America’s favorite television game show host.”
Seriously.
So upon graduating from Colorado State University he moved out to Los Angeles to pursue his dream.
Along the way Jeff’s worked on The Price is Right, the longest running game-show in television history.
He’s worked with both Bob Barker and Drew Carey.
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He was delighted to be able to tell Bob about landing his own game show hosting gigs on GSN.
Barker happily gave his blessing and good wishes for a long and successful hosting career.
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Jeff is known as the only male host of GSN’s Playmania Block of programming.
He hosted both Quiznation and 100 Winners, giving away thousands of dollars in the process.PlaMan_Group_Set028
But you know Jeff best from Rods ‘N Wheels airing on both Discovery and Velocity channels where he wrenches on classic American Iron with his buddies at Da Rod Shop.
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Jeff has been lucky enough to showcase his passion for cars on AutoTrader.com and Wheels-TV reviewing everything from the exotic Audi R8 Spyder to the Volkswagen Golf-R.
He’s been a regular at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, The Chicago Auto Show, the New York International Auto Show, the Los Angeles Auto Show and pretty much every other auto show across the US of A.
As a live-events host, he’s the guy up there on stage during Hot Rod Power Tour, the biggest road trip in the world, and the Car Craft Summer Nationals, America’s premier gathering of performance vehicles.
He’s graduated from The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving Grand Prix Class and qualified for his SCCA License and he’s a member of the Motor Press Guild.
Jeff’s cars are almost as well known as he is. His 1969 Corvette was the “Star Car” for all 11 seasons on the TV series “JAG,” and his 1955 Chevy 210 is in every episode of “Rods ‘N Wheels.”
Jeff currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys slalom water-skiing, skateboarding pools, mountain biking and his 55 Chevy.
You can read about Jeff’s exploits in his 55 at:  www.idrivea55.com
If you’ve gotta question or comment or even a suggestion you’d like him to write about, drop him a line.
He’d love to hear from you.