Apr. 20th, 1968
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA
J.D. Roth's Main TV Roles
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Just before J.D. Roth hosted a series of game shows (between children and adults) for 14 years, (including "Fun House" (1988), which ran from 1988 to 1991 and "Animal Planet ZOOventure" (1997), which ran from 1997 to 1998), he was a contestant on Star Search, and (as an actor), he made numerous guest appearances on The Equalizer, As The World Turns and Charles in Charge. After hosting Fun House, he then founded Slam Dunk Productions, on which he served as the executive producer of the short-lived "Double Up" (1992), Mad Libs & "Moolah Beach" (2001). In October 2000, he hosted his first adult game show, "Sex Wars" (2000), with Jennifer Cole, after hosting a lot of kids game shows, and what he knew was that a lot of kids who grew up watching the shows J.D. had hosted should enjoy watching an adult game show, but it lasted for only a year.
- Has two sons, Cooper and Duncan.
- Is the founder & CEO of 3 Ball Productions, along with 'Todd A. Nelson' (qv).
- Was a finalist on _"Star Search" (1983)_ (qv).
- Graduated from Cherry Hill High School East in 1986.
- An avid sports fan and basketball player.
- Favorite basketball player: 'Michael Jordan (I)' (qv) of The Chicago Bulls.
- When he was 11, he booked himself an audition for a children show at a New York City nightclub, winning a spot along with others including 'Rick Schroder' (qv), 'Sarah Jessica Parker' (qv), and 'Ricki Lake' (qv), who were unknown stars at the time.
- The youngest game show host ever to produced his first production company, Slam Dunk Productions.