Marc Summers

Whether it's daytime or nighttime television viewers, many recognize Marc Summers for his wide-ranging contributions to television in a career that has been successful both in front of and behind the camera. Marc is currently hosting the longest running show on Food Network, Unwrapped, a job he has held for eleven years. He has also hosted Next Food Network Star, Ultimate Recipe Showdown, and many specials for the channel.

Marc is also executive producer of Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible. Some remember him as the former host/producer of Nickelodeon's Double Dare and What Would You Do? while others remember him from his days on ABC's Home Show, where he doubled as both correspondent and guest host. It was during this time that he covered both human interest and hard news stories, featuring segments dealing with everything from the Gulf War to the Branch Davidian stand-off in Waco. Marc also hosts Price Is Right Live and Family Feud Live in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and casinos across America.

Marc enjoyed a near decade association with Nickelodeon, including an ongoing role as programming consultant, producer, and director. Hosting Double Dare and What Would You Do? allowed him to do what he does best. His enthusiasm and ability to make people feel comfortable enough to do anything made both shows instant hits and put the network on the map. At the height of both programs' popularity, Marc took the show on the road and appeared before sold out crowds in over 100 cities nationwide.

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