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Jeff Sutphen is the host of ABC's "101 Ways to Leave a Game Show" and Nickelodeon's "BrainSurge."

Working in television was always in Jeff Sutphen's plans. Whether it was the early days of making home movies with his best friend or doing a weekly sketch show on the local cable access channel, Jeff has approached every production with excitement and professionalism.

Fresh off hosting/producing season 2 of Nickelodeon's hit game show "BrainSurge" Jeff Sutphen has experienced all sides of production.
Jeff Sutphen in "BrainSurge"
Jeff Sutphen BrainSurge
Being the only person to have both a talent and producing contract at Nickelodeon he was hired as a segment producer to help launch "U-Pick Live," a live daily sketch show. Shortly there after he donned the tights and mask becoming the character Pick Boy, one of the most popular Nickelodeon characters of his time. Stunts such as "U-Pick Pick Boy's Hair Cut" set nick.com records by flooding the site with over 222,000 hits in just 2 days. "Be Pick Boy's Side Kick For the Day" is to date one of the top 3 most successful sweepstakes that Nickelodeon has launched in their 30-year history.

Pick Boy was a very visible fixture at Super Bowls 38 and 39 and draws a crowd wherever he goes. Since U-Pick Live's retirement he spread across the channel starting with "Pick Boy's Awesome Summer Job Search," turning Friday, the traditionally the lowest-rated day of the week, into the strongest for its 8-week run. Following that he created the first ever recurring podcast "The Awesome Hour" for iTunes and nick.com, toured the country hosting "Slime Across America" and recently reported from the Democratic and Republican National Conventions as well as Inauguration. Pick Boy has also been a staple at "Kids' Choice Awards" for the past 7 years where he hosted the pre-show alongside other A-list celebrities.

Jeff has worked for numerous networks including VH1, MTV, Nickelodeon, G4, and many others. From game shows to news magazine to sporting events to reality TV, he has done it all. Jeff has also had the opportunity to make TV for many demographics. Most recently he co-created/wrote a preschool show for Nick Jr. Being involved in almost every aspect of production has given Sutphen an in-depth understanding of the larger picture.

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How tall is Jeff Sutphen? Find out here.

Height: 5' 11 ½"
Wife: Stacy Asencio Sutphen (10/12/2003)

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