In the history of the television medium, very few people can lay claim to having hosted literally dozens of TV shows. Marc Summers, truly an entertainment industry “Renaissance Man”, can state that lofty achievement as fact. TV shows hosted or co-hosted by Marc have criss-crossed both broadcast and cable TV networks—he’s appeared on everything from ABC to Nickelodeon, from CBS to Food Network, and from Lifetime to FOX.

On April 21st, Marc celebrated a major career landmark: His 25th television series, “Rewrapped,” made its debut on Food Network. Marc will appear on all 13 episodes of the new series as the show’s Head Judge—the series is being hosted by Joey Fatone.  The new culinary competition show will feature iconic snacks (i.e. Twinkies, Tastykakes, Goldfish Crackers, etc.) and three contestants who attempt to recreate their own versions of those snacks, and must also create an entirely new dish using the original snacks as an ingredient.

 

In addition to his prominence in front of the camera, Marc Summers has also been successful in his career as a stand-up comedian, an author, and an executive producer.  His company, Marc Summers Productions, is responsible for two very popular series on Food Network: “Restaurant: Impossible” and “Dinner: Impossible.” Both shows are hosted by internationally renowned chef Robert Irvine.  “Restaurant: Impossible” will mark the airing of its 100th episode on Food Network on May 7 at 10PM ET/PT.  

Get more info on Marc and his new show Rewrapped at Food Network.com