Host

Brooke Burns

Burns began her career starring in the hit series “Baywatch” and has had starring roles in Fox’s “North Shore” and the WB’s “Pepper Dennis.” Burns also had a recurring role on the new “Melrose Place” and was a series regular on “Miss Guided.”  She made her game show hosting debut in 2002 as the host of NBC’s “Dog Eat Dog,” now currently seen on GSN, and recently hosted a dating game show pilot for GSN called “Where Have You Been All My Life?” In 2003, she was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for best TV host for “Dog Eat Dog.” Burns’ additional television credits include appearances on “Ally McBeal,” “Just Shoot Me,” “Drop Dead Diva” and “CSI: Miami.” She also had a role in the film “Shallow Hal” and the Hallmark Original Christmas movie “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” Burns was last seen in the starring role of the Lifetime movie “A Sister’s Revenge.”

The Beast

Joining Burns on the show as the formidable Beast is Mark Labbett.  One of the original “Chasers” in the UK version, he’s been conquering opponents for six seasons and has set his sights on taking on the United States’ best and brightest.  Labbett has degrees from Oxford, Exeter and Glamorgan universities and is also a qualified mathematics teacher. Labbett’s name—from the original French “La Bête”—literally translates as “The Beast.” At 6’6” tall, he is a quiz giant in every way: arrogant and intimidating, with a menacing laugh when he senses a contestant is on the ropes. As likely to win the psychological battle as the intellectual one, The Beast will use every dirty trick in the book to put his opponents off their guard.  

Hosts

Brooke Burns

Burns began her career starring in the hit series “Baywatch” and has had starring roles in Fox’s “North Shore” and the WB’s “Pepper Dennis.” Burns also had a recurring role on the new “Melrose Place” and was a series regular on “Miss Guided.”  She made her game show hosting debut in 2002 as the host of NBC’s “Dog Eat Dog,” now currently seen on GSN, and recently hosted a dating game show pilot for GSN called “Where Have You Been All My Life?” In 2003, she was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for best TV host for “Dog Eat Dog.” Burns’ additional television credits include appearances on “Ally McBeal,” “Just Shoot Me,” “Drop Dead Diva” and “CSI: Miami.” She also had a role in the film “Shallow Hal” and the Hallmark Original Christmas movie “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” Burns was last seen in the starring role of the Lifetime movie “A Sister’s Revenge.”

The Beast

Joining Burns on the show as the formidable Beast is Mark Labbett.  One of the original “Chasers” in the UK version, he’s been conquering opponents for six seasons and has set his sights on taking on the United States’ best and brightest.  Labbett has degrees from Oxford, Exeter and Glamorgan universities and is also a qualified mathematics teacher. Labbett’s name—from the original French “La Bête”—literally translates as “The Beast.” At 6’6” tall, he is a quiz giant in every way: arrogant and intimidating, with a menacing laugh when he senses a contestant is on the ropes. As likely to win the psychological battle as the intellectual one, The Beast will use every dirty trick in the book to put his opponents off their guard.  

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The Beast

Joining Burns on the show as the formidable Beast is Mark Labbett.  One of the original “Chasers” in the UK version, he’s been conquering opponents for six seasons and has set his sights on taking on the United States’ best and brightest.  Labbett has degrees from Oxford, Exeter and Glamorgan universities and is also a qualified mathematics teacher. Labbett’s name—from the original French “La Bête”—literally translates as “The Beast.” At 6’6” tall, he is a quiz giant in every way: arrogant and intimidating, with a menacing laugh when he senses a contestant is on the ropes. As likely to win the psychological battle as the intellectual one, The Beast will use every dirty trick in the book to put his opponents off their guard.  

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