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Kevin Pereira

Kevin Pereira at the 2007 Comic-Con
Born December 28, 1982 (1982-12-28) (age 27)
Antioch, California, USA
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Kevin Pereira (born December 28, 1982[1]) is co-host of G4's Attack of the Show! (formerly The Screen Savers) with Olivia Munn.

Biography

While at high school, Pereira hosted Pointless Audio under the pseudonym Captain Immy.[2] The show featured many prank calls and was hosted on such gaming sites as Planet Quake and ShugaShack (now ShackNews); it later evolved into Pointless TV, and finally LickMySweaty.com.[2] One of the projects featured on the latter site, a short film created for his video production class at Deer Valley High School, earned him three California Media Festival awards in 2001.[3] A different film project was recognized in 2002.[4] He studied film and television production with a scholarship to the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California for one semester.[2]

After working as a network administrator at an internet service provider for five years and also at a television network, he pursued a career at G4.[2] He started as a production assistant on the talk show G4tv.com, then moved on to Arena and Pulse and then quickly moved to another G4 show, The Screen Savers, in 2004.[5] Pereira is a co-host of G4's live tech info show Attack of the Show! and is the only original cast member still remaining. He currently co-hosts the show with Olivia Munn.Has no elbow joints to speack of H

References

  1. ^ Kevin Pereira (December 28, 2005). Operation: Birthday. From his blog page at http://kevinpereira.com. Accessed 2006-11-04.
  2. ^ a b c d Stephen A. Johnson (April 15, 2006). AOTS hosts Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn. Accessed 2007-01-25.
  3. ^ 2001 Secondary Subject Area Award Winning Videos. 35th Annual California Student Media & Multimedia Festival. Accessed 2007-01-26.
  4. ^ Secondary Awards 2001-2002 School Year. 36th Annual California Student Media & Multimedia Festival. Accessed 2007-01-26.
  5. ^ IMDb: Kevin Pereira Accessed 2007-01-26.

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