In 2007, Probst founded The Serpentine Project, a non-profit organization designed to help young adults transition out of the foster care system. Every season, SURVIVOR memorabilia is auctioned off and, to date, the auctions have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the organization.
In 2011, they joined forces with the larger non-profit organization Alliance for Children's Rights, which has provided 100,000 kids in L. Probst is a four-time Emmy Award winner for "Outstanding Reality Host," the only winner since the awards inception in 2008.
He has traveled the world serving as both host and executive producer for this popular series.
But when we got married, when this ring went on my finger, Michael looked up and said, 'dad,' and I could tell that he knew now that this big thing was official and it was real."It's nice to see two Hollywood families getting along, right?
Probst was born in Wichita, Kansas, but grew up primarily in Bellevue, Washington.
; hosted several programs for FX and traveled around the world as a correspondent for "Access Hollywood." In 2001, he was voted one of People Magazine's "Most Beautiful." In 2002, Probst wrote and directed the feature film Finder's Fee, starring Ryan Reynolds, James Earl Jones, Robert Forster, and Matthew Lillard.
They had a long marriage and they raised these two young kids," Probst explains to King of Gosselaar and Russell. When we were together before we got married, they were playing with it," Probst recalls."They raised them with the kind of love that the kids they see me, and he's now remarried, his wife, they just see us as two more parents." when King comments that the kids don't see Probst as a stepdad, the Emmy Award winner says, "They're not stepkids." Awww! "Sometimes it'd be dad, sometimes it'd be Jeff, dad two, sometimes it'd be D-2.