About Marc Summers
Marc Summers is a well known face from TV, where he has mostly appeared as a TV show host. This career has also served as one of the main sources of accumulating the overall amount of Marc Summers net worth. His net worth today has been stated to be as high as 8 million dollars. In addition to his work as a TV show host, Marc Summers is also known as a game show host, producer and comedian. Thus, these involvements have made his name even more known and added up to the total estimate of Marc Summers net worth.
Marc Summers as a TV show host is probably mostly known from the Nickelodeon network where he appeared as such on the show called “Double Dare”. Also, he was appearing as a host of the show called “Unwrapped” on Food Network. Currently, he is working as the executive producer of the show called “Restaurant: Impossible”, which is also considered as one of the main current sources of increasing the total size of Marc Summers net worth.
Marc Summers was born in 1951 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Marc Summers was a student at Grahm Junior College in Boston, Massachusetts. Marc Summers began his career when he became a radio disc jockey and a stand-up comedian.
In 1986 he got his breakthrough when he was picked up for the duties of a host of the show on Nickelodeon called “Double Dare”. This was also the show which added up first bigger sums of money to the overall size of Marc Summers net worth. Because of the success of this show, Marc Summers was invited to be a host of some others, too, such as “Couch Potatoes” in 1989 and “What Would You Do?” in 1991. In 2002 he became a host of the show called “WinTuition” on GSN. He appeared in a Halloween special program on Nickelodeon called “Mystery Magical Special”, where he showed his magician’s skills.
Marc Summers has appeared in a variety of other shows, such as “To Tell the Truth”, “Win, Lose or Draw”, “Super Password”, “Scrabble”, “Lingo”, “Talk About” and “Hollywood Squares”. In 1993 the show which made him extremely popular, “Double Dare”, was canceled. After that, Lifetime chose him as a host of the show called “Our Home”. After a few seasons he stopped appearing on it as he was chosen to be a host of another Lifetime show called “Biggers & Summers”.