Marc Summers Net Worth from Double Dare

By | October 3, 2016

Got the fame from Double Dare show, Marc Summers has a net worth of $8 million. He is a comedian and show host, married with Alice and has 2 children. Marc Summers is a famous American who is popular television personality and also is into hosting game shows and talk shows. He is also an active producer and a talented comedian.

Marc Summers Net Worth

Name Marc Summers
Net Worth $8 Million
Source of Income TV Personality
Annual Salary $350,000
Monthly Income $29,000
Weekly Income $7,250
Birth Date November 11, 1951
Ethnicity White
Height 1.73 m /5.8 feet
Weight N/A
Wife Alice Filous
Children Mike and Lori Berkowitz

Summers was born as Marc Berkowitz on November 11th and is currently 64 years of age. His grew up majorly in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, his birthplace and attended the West lane Middle School and North Central High School there. He graduated from Graham Junior College in Boston, Massachusetts.

Before fame, summers worked a radio disk jockey and a freelance stand-up comedian. He also worked with various television production companies and was approached by Nickelodeon to host the game show Double Dare in 1986. Summers was widely accepted by the audience for his funny and energetic hosting style which enabled him to bank on other lucrative offers of hosting shows like Couch Potatoes, What Would You Do and Win Tuition. One of his earliest breaks was for the show Joker’s Wild, where he replaced the announcer who fell sick. He was then only 22 years old.

TV Personality Marc Summers Picture

In early 1990s, summers hosted and brainstorm his own show Pick Your Brain which was a kid’s game show and was short lived. He later went on to produce I Can’t Believe You said That and co-hosted Great Day America. He hosted It’s A Surprise on Food Network. Summers returned to Nickelodeon as an executive consultant for the popular show Double Dare 2000 and Wild and Crazy Kids two years later. Other shows include History IQ and Combination Lock. He staged and hosted The Price is Right show. For Food Network, summers appeared for a number of shows like Dinner Impossible, Unwrapped and Restaurant Impossible and made guest appearances in several TV shows.

Summers revealed his Obsessive-Compulsive disorder through talk shows which costed him a job as a host in one of the shows. He met with a serious accident and injured himself badly from which he recovered with time. Summers is married to Alice Filous since 1974 and has two children. His daughter assisted him in the show Pick Your Brain. Apart from being a talented host, summers also is an amazing magician which he practices as a hobby and family entertainment. He currently lives in Philadelphia.

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