Alex Trebek Net Worth

Alex Trebek Net Worth : $50 Million

Profile

A Canadian- American TV Personality

Alex Trebek Annual Income

$10 Million

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

Game show host

Years of Experience

51 years

Date of Birth

July 22, 1940

Education

Earned a Degree in Philosophy from University of Ottawa

Marital Status

Married

Children

1 daughter (Emily Trebek) and 1 son (Matthew Trebek)

Alex’s Income & Total Net Worth

Alex Trebek is a famous television personality and game show host, with a total net worth of $50 million. Born on July 22, 1940, in Ontario, Trebek hosted several television shows, including Reach for the Top, Jackpot, and many others.  Some of his best shows, which made him highly popular, are High Rollers, Jeopardy, and The $128,000 Question. He also made a record of hosting the largest number of game shows. He came into light by hosting the popular show, Jeopardy, which eventually became a success milestone of his career.

Properties: Private Fortune

Trebek possesses a beautiful house in Studio City, California.

Career

Alex began reporting news in Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, in 1961. He hosted a number of shows, such as Battlestars, Wizard of Odds, Double Dare, Pitfall, Classic Concentration, Jeopardy, To Tell the Truth, National Geographic Bee, The Great Canadian Geography Challenge, etc. Some of the shows, with his cameo roles, are- Mama’s Family, Rain Man, The Nanny, The Magic School Bus, Pepper Ann, Family Guy.  He also appeared as a guest in many TV programs and films, like Saturday Night Live, Family Guy, and The X-Files.

Philanthropic Activities

Alex Trebek supports World Vision, an organization that aims to eradicate poverty and injustice all around the world.

Awards and Honours

Alex has been honored with five Emmy Awards for ‘Outstanding Game Show Host’, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  He has been also awarded ‘Access Award’ for his remarkable performances in Jeopardy, by the American Federation for the Blind. In 2010, he received a gold medal by Royal Canadian Geographical Society for his contributions in the field of geographic education.