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The organization recently merged with The Alliance For Children's Rights.On October 20, 2008, TV Guide reported that Probst is developing a new reality TV series for CBS called Live For The Moment that will feature people with terminal illnesses being taken on "the last adventure of their life" before they die.; 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.The film won many awards and, thanks to the critical success, Probst was selected as one of 2001's "Ten Directors to Watch" in a series presented by the American Cinematheque showcasing innovative and exciting new directors from around the world.After graduating from Newport High School in 1979, he attended Seattle Pacific University and worked at Boeing Motion Picture/Television studio as a producer and narrator of marketing videos.Probst was ordained as a minister by the Universal Life Church in 1999.He has traveled the world serving as both host and executive producer for this popular series.
People's magazine named Probst one of the "50 Most Beautiful People" in 2001. by giving Survivor related clues from the show's venues, and he has appeared twice on Celebrity Jeopardy!Ironically, Burnett recalled how he himself did the same thing when he pitched the show on CBS, saying he made \mock Newsweek and Time Magazine covers.When he interviewed Probst, Burnett claimed Probst "demanded" to be on the show.According to Mark Burnett, Probst had turned down several hosting jobs prior to Survivor.Burnett claimed Probst got interested after reading about the concept of the show in a newspaper and made an audition video where he was making mock press interviews about the show, talking about its huge success.Burnett was ultimately given the final say on who to pick, and despite picking Probst by instinct, the same conversation benefited Keoghan as well, who went on to host another CBS reality competition series, The Amazing Race.Probst briefly left the show in 2009 due to burnout due to budget cuts, leading to the series being filmed in the same location back-to-back every two seasons.Probst had extended his contract to host another two seasons of Survivor, contracting him through season 24.In 2011, it was announced Probst would be hosting a daytime talk show in conjunction with CBS Distribution, to be launched in 2012.Probst also hosts "Celebrity Superfan Roundtable" for Howard Stern.In 2007, Probst founded The Serpentine Project, a non-profit organization that empowers youth transitioning out of foster care to reach for their dreams by opening the door to possibilities.