Mr. Roth founded 3 Ball Productions with partners John Foy and Todd Nelson in 2002. In his 25-year-career, JD has been directly involved and responsible for over 1,000 episodes of reality/game television on many networks including the TV hits Biggest Loser (NBC) and Beauty and the Geek (WB), as well as shows on VH1,TLC and Fox Family.Mr. Roth's career began as an actor at the age of 10, and he's been in front of and behind the camera ever since. Throughout his childhood and early teens, Roth reached millions of viewers in more than 250 national on-camera and voice-over commercials. At 19-years-old, Roth became the youngest game show host in television history on the hit syndicated show, Fun House, which had a run of more than 400 episodes.Roth's experience with Fun House led him to build his own production company and take Fun House on the road as a live show, reaching more than 70 U.S. cities and over a million kids and families. As an expert in kids game shows, he went on to create, executive produce and host the show Double Up, making history as the youngest executive producer at NBC to date.JD has been part of the Discovery family for quite a while, having hosted six years of Animal Planet's ZooVenture, a kids game show shot at the San Diego Zoo. His love of this series led him to create, produce and star in a live tour of the game show that entertained over a million kids in seven countries and 125 U.S. cities!JD grew up in Cherry Hill, N.J. He is a passionate basketball player and sports fan. He currently resides in Manhattan Beach, Calif., with his beautiful wife, Christine, and his 5-year-old son, Cooper, and 2-year-old son, Duncan.
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