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'''Jeopardy!''' is an American game show somewhat similar to [[quizbowl]]
'''Jeopardy!''' is an American game show somewhat similar to [[quizbowl]] answers are given the .
==Quizbowlers on Jeopardy!==
==Quizbowlers on Jeopardy!==
Revision as of 11:12, 21 November 2017
Quizbowlers on Jeopardy!
Several former and current quizbowlers have appeared on Jeopardy. Here is a non-exhaustive list:
- Tori Amos - Played in the 2013 Teen Tournament
- Shawn Askew - One day co-champion in 1997.
- Craig Barker - Won 1997 College Tournament.
- Chip Beall - Was on the show in the '80s.
- Michael Bilow - won three games in 2015. Got on the record books for the 4th-highest single-day score ever ($57,198) during his third game.
- Chris Borglum - Played during season 13. Lost in only game.
- Michael Braun - Won Teen Tournament and then mysteriously dropped out of quizbowl.
- Colby Burnett - Won the first ever Teachers Tournament in 2012. Won the 2013 Tournament of Champions. Semifinalist in the Decades Tournament of Champions.
- Papa Chakravarthy - Won 2006 Teen Tournament
- Raynell Cooper - Won the 2011 Teen Tournament
- Roger Craig - Won 7 shows in Fall 2010 and the 2011 Tournament of Champions, set the single day record of $77,000
- Kunle Demuren -
- Raj Dhuwalia - Won one game in 2002.
- Mehrun Etebari - Five day champion. Lost in the first round of the 2007 Tournament of Champions.
- Meryl Federman - Won 2007 Summer Teen Tournament.
- Susan Ferrari - Lost in her only game.
- Frank Firke - Played in 2007 Teen Tournament.
- Arthur Fleming - Lost because he could not come up with "Mercury" in Final Jeopardy.
- Kermin Fleming - Won 2004 College Tournament.
- Cliff Galiher - Won 2007 College Tournament.
- Kriti Gandhi - 2007 Summer Teen Tournament finalist.
- Sara Garnett - Won three shows in 2013.
- Victoria Groce - Defeated 19-day champion David Madden.
- Eric Hillemann - Won $20,700.
- Jeff Hoppes - Lost to Ken Jennings.
- Rachel Horn - 2008 Teen Tournament winner
- Matt Jackson - Thirteen-day champion in 2015.
- Ken Jennings - He like won a few games or something.
- Vinita Kailasanath - Won 2001 College Tournament, 2004 Tournament of Champions Semifinalist, Semifinalist in Ultimate Tournament of Champions.
- Steve Kaplan - One day champion in 2005.
- Anurag Kashyap - won the 2009 Teen Tournament
- Larissa Kelly - Six day champion in 2008. 2009 Tournament of Champions Finalist
- Josh Levy - Second Runner Up in 1999 College Tournament
- Jimmy Li
- David Madden - 19 day champion in 2005; Tournament of Champions Semifinalist in 2006. Defeated Watson twice in beta-testing at IBM headquarters.
- Daniel M. Maggin - Lost to Larissa Kelly.
- Aidan Mehigan - finished 3rd in 2009 teen tournament
- Ryan McClarren - Lost to Ken Jennings.
- Susan Mitchell - Four day champion. Played in the 2007 Tournament of Champions, made it to the semifinals.
- Emily Moore - Appeared in July 2008
- Alex Nutman - Came in second on a Kids' Week show. He blames his loss on the fact that his opponent was an Asian video game expert.
- Greg Peterson - Runner-Up to Meryl Federman in 2007 Summer Teen Tournament.
- James Quintong - One day champion.
- Casey Retterer - Reached semi-finals in 2004 College Tournament.
- Samantha Ross - Much to her surprise, she won a total of $15,000.
- Brad Rutter - Won Ultimate Tournament of Champions, Chip partisan.
- Ben Schenkel - Runner-Up in 2007 Teen Tournament.
- Aaron Schroeder - Five day Champion in 2008. 2009 Tournament of Champions Finalist.
- Ryan Stander - Lost in Final Jeopardy in his only appearance in March 2010.
- Jeff Stewart - Won 1994 College Tournament.
- Ted Stratton - Two day champion in 2005.
- Ray Sun - One day champion.
- Guy Tabachnick - Won $25,000 on Kids' Week.
- Naren Tallapragada - Played on a Teen Tournament, but screwed up in Final J! of one of the semi or perhaps quarterfinals.
- Jason Thweatt - Played one game in 2008; lost after blowing 12,999 of $17,000 on Final Jeopardy!
- Eliza Urban - Played in 2007 Teen Tournament.
- Vik Vaz - Three day champion, Runner-Up in 2006 Tournament of Champions.
- Andy Watkins - Was on a Teen Tournament or something.
- Brian Weikle - Set numerous records, many of which were broken by Ken Jennings.
- Leo Wolpert - Lost to Ken Jennings. Still extraordinarily bitter about the whole thing.
- Jan Zasowski - Two day champion in 2011.