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Marc Summer.

Marc Summer.

Marc Summer

 

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Not only is Marc Summer synonymous with Nickelodeon, he is also one of the most successful professional television actors of our time. His body of work includes three hit shows and over 80 episodes on the network, and he continues to rake in the dough for upcoming projects.

Marc Summers (born Marc Berkowitz; November 11, 1951) is an American television personality, comedian, game show_host, producer, and a two-time talk show_host, best known for hosting the Nickelodeon game show Double Dare, including its Family and Super Sloppy incarnations. He also hosted What Would You Do? and made at least one appearance on the original Wild and Crazy Kids. He made cameos in the Weinerville episode "Giant Spider", as well as in The Weinerville New Year's Special and The Weinerville Chanukah Special. (Source: nickelodeon.fandom.com)

Double Dare

Marc Summer became a household name after he left Nickelodeon in 1996 and found success with his own production company, Nickelodeon, which aired on Saturdays. From Double Dare to Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and currently The Big Brain Theory on Nickelodeon, Marc is an American television presenter. Educated at Cornell University, he still excels in creativity, teaching creativity in the forms of mystery and pretending.

How the iconic TV host overcame cancer, OCD and a horrifying car crash to pursue a surprising second act in show business (Source: people.com)

Network

At Nickelodeon, Marc loves to solve puzzles and rack his brain for creative, innovative, and fun ways to present the team’s product.

Rewrapped is a reality cooking television show hosted by Joey Fatone that premiered on April 21, 2014, on Food Network. Similar to short-form cooking reality shows, it features three chefs challenged to first recreate a classic snack food, then innovate a totally new dish using said snack food as the main ingredient. The show is a loose spinoff of the show Unwrapped, whose host Marc Summers acts as "Head Judge" for each episode, alongside a representative of the company that produces the food of the day, and a third impartial judge involved in the food industry in some way (chef, critic, blogger, etc.). (Source: www.bing.com)

 

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