Who once said: When I finish as the host of 'Jeopardy!' I'm going to go up to Taft in central California. They have a small college there that teaches you about oil drilling?
Jeopardy host Alex Trebek reads bizarre absurdist Jeopardy clues in Volume 9 of the recurring Conan show segment, “Alex Trebek Has Gone Insane.”
Did you know Al Roker and Alex Trebek auditioned for the role of Christian Grey in "Fifty Shades of Grey"? Well, they didn't, but don't try to tell Ellen DeGeneres that.
Everybody, and we mean EVERYBODY, wanted to play the part of Christian Grey in the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey movie! Sorry boys but Jamie Dornan spanked the competition and will now get to do the same to Dakota Johnson's derriere! Somehow though, Ellen DeGeneres was able to get her hands on some never before seen auditions [...]
In the Will Ferrell era of Saturday Night Live, there was a running bit: Celebrity Jeopardy, which always seemed to feature Darrell Hammond as Sean Connery, making rude jokes about Ferrell's Alex Trebek. In one of those episodes, Tobey...Show More Summary
In our other piece today, we interviewed CEOs and executives for their advice for making it big in the industry spanning decades. Well, in this piece we’ll focus on on-air talent in the press room with our exclusive interviews with Alex...Show More Summary
Jeopardy! turns the big 3-0 this year, and the show is pulling out all the stops for its anniversary celebration. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jeopardy! Alex Trebek
Alex Trebek made a recent stop in New York to celebrate his 30th anniversary as the host of Jeopardy! At an event at the offices of sponsor Lindblad Expeditions, the TV star announced a sweepstakes offering lucky viewers trips to exotic places such as the Galapagos and Antarctica. Show More Summary
You know we love a good airline safety video, so we're happy to share Delta's latest attempt at safety-video humor—themed to the holidays. It doesn't feature Deltalina, but on the bright side, you will see Alex Trebek.
Last night, to the delight of countless viewers, Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek donned a mustache again. Five of them, in fact! Okay, he didn't actually grow any of the mustaches — they were all drawn onto pictures of his face as part of a truly bizarre category, simply entitled "My... More »
“60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl will host this year’s Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame induction ceremony Oct. 28. Among the inductees, Univision CEO Randy Falco, TIVO CEO Tom Rogers and Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek. The Clinton Global Initiative returns to New York next week. Show More Summary
The 'Jeopardy!' host is one of several headliners on an upcoming movie-themed voyage.
Oh dear, Alex Trebek. Why did you ask a group of children that question? Read more...
Why is Conan O'Brien the only person to notice that "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek has utterly lost his marbles?
Recently in celebrity real estate, Pamela Anderson’s Malibu home changed to a for-rent listing, Steve McQueen’s former Idaho ranch hit the market and Alex Trebek’s former custom home is for sale.Pamela Anderson’s Malibu home returnsShow More Summary
“Jeopardy” overlord Alex Trebek built his dream house on Los Angeles’s Mullholland Drive in 1984, decorated it in the finest of tacky ’80s furniture, and then left it as is. He sold the house in 1996, but pretty much nothing’s changed in 30 years. It definitely looks like Otho, the crazy interior decorator from “Beetlejuice,” [...]
Alex Trebek is finally opening up about the outrage over the treatment of Newtown, Connecticut eighth grader Thomas Hurley during "Jeopardy!" Kids Week, and the...
Sidewalks and playtime And don’t forget Alex Trebek That’s Banjo’s routine. “Meet Banjo, a twelve week-old Neapolitan Mastiff from Pittsburgh, PA. She loves treats, snoozing, snuggle-time, and of course – Jeopardy!” -Jed D. & Bridget B. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Friday Haiku
The agent repping this "entertainer's paradise" told Zillow that he "can't see a husband and wife and two kids living in the house. It's more for an up-and-coming superstar — a celebrity...
The Hollywood Hills home built by game show legend Alex Trebek in 1984, the year he began hosting Jeopardy, has come up for sale, asking $4M. Since Trebek's departure, the house has kept its '80s-bachelor-pad vibe.