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I'm 24 years old, and I am a guitar player in a rock band.
In my free time, I enjoy mountain biking, gardening, and raising chickens in my back yard. I also speak three languages, and I prefer women who have a good sense of humor, and cook all kinds of food, and who find joy in serving others.
Executive-produced by Grammy and Emmy Award-winning musician and actor Justin Timberlake, and hosted by actor, director, writer and comedian Dax Shepard (“Hit and Run”), the show offers life-changing opportunities to win fortunes each episode with the spin of a massive, unpredictable wheel.
The show, created by Timberlake and Andrew Glassman (“The Wall”) of Glassman Media, is scheduled to premiere during the 2018-2019 season on FOX.
“It’s my chance to finally be Willy Wonka.” A suspenseful, high-energy mix of pop culture trivia, strategy and simple whirling luck, SPIN THE WHEEL pits contestants against a colossal, spinning 40-foot wheel that holds incredible sums of cash prizes in its rotation.
Throughout the game, players will answer trivia questions – each correct answer adds more extreme amounts of cash in the wheel’s wedges in a strategic location of their choice, while each incorrect answer adds more dangerous wedges that could instantly bring their total back to zero.
I'm 29 years old, and I teach English at the University of Utah. And we will have Sarah ask these contestants questions after right after this commercial break.
Doing it in front of a booze-sipping local audience seems less risky than doing it on a national stage, though.
To watch a more recent clip of him filmed in our decidedly less glamorous studio, click here.
FOX has ordered SPIN THE WHEEL, a high-stakes game show offering a chance to win over million per episode.
It was brought back to TV as “The All-New Dating Game” at the time when Phillipp appeared on it. Philipp then informs the host his show reminds him of “Let’s Make a Deal.” Surprisingly, he doesn’t get booted off the set.
One of the other competing bachelors stands in stark contrast to Philipp, expressing an aversion to talking about money and dates who make financial demands.