J. D. Roth height - How tall is J. D. Roth?

J. D. Roth (James David Weinroth) was born on 20 April, 1968 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States, is an American actor. At 52 years old, J. D. Roth height not available right now. We will update J. D. Roth's height soon as possible.

Now We discover J. D. Roth's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 54 years old?

Popular As James David Weinroth
Occupation Television personality, actor, game show host, voice-over performer, television producer
J. D. Roth Age 54 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 20 April 1968
Birthday 20 April
Birthplace Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States
Nationality United States

We recommend you to check the complete list of Famous People born on 20 April. He is a member of famous Television personality with the age 54 years old group.

J. D. Roth Weight & Measurements

Physical Status
Weight Not Available
Body Measurements Not Available
Eye Color Not Available
Hair Color Not Available

Who Is J. D. Roth's Wife?

His wife is Christine Roth (m. 1997)

Parents Not Available
Wife Christine Roth (m. 1997)
Sibling Not Available
Children Cooper Roth

J. D. Roth Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is J. D. Roth worth at the age of 54 years old? J. D. Roth’s income source is mostly from being a successful Television personality. He is from United States. We have estimated J. D. Roth's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2022 Under Review
Net Worth in 2021 Pending
Salary in 2021 Under Review
House Not Available
Cars Not Available
Source of Income Television personality

J. D. Roth Social Network

Instagram J. D. Roth Instagram
Twitter J. D. Roth Twitter
Facebook J. D. Roth Facebook
Wikipedia J. D. Roth Wikipedia



Beginning in 2011, Roth served as producer for the Spike reality show Bar Rescue. The show is currently in production on its sixth season.


Roth's 3Ball Productions has partnered with Milestone Entertainment to produce the California Lottery's new game show, Make Me a Millionaire, which premiered on January 17, 2009, for an initial four-year run, but was canceled due to poor ratings; the last program was on July 3, 2010.


On September 23, 2008, ABC premiered Opportunity Knocks, which received low ratings, especially in the 18-34 demographic, and was canceled after three episodes. ABC subsequently scheduled the remaining six completed episodes for broadcast, beginning on May 26, 2009.


Roth was the CEO of 3Ball Productions, a television production company based in Manhattan Beach, California. 3Ball Productions was sold to Dutch group Eyeworks in 2006 and was renamed to Eyeworks USA. In 2014, when Eyeworks' businesses outside of the US were sold to the Warner Bros. Television Group, Eyeworks USA became independent.

He hosted and co-created Unan1mous, which premiered March 22, 2006. Though the show did well in the ratings, possible high production costs kept it from getting a second season. He also co-hosted The Disney Channel's Walt Disney World Inside Out along with Brianne Leary and George Foreman.

In September 2006, the Dutch company Eyeworks Group announced that it had acquired a 50-percent ownership of 3Ball Productions. He also produced the ABC game show Downfall, which aired in the summer of 2010. Hosted by wrestler Chris Jericho, the show featured contestants answering trivia questions to stop valuable prizes from falling from the roof of a Los Angeles building.


A spinoff titled Endurance began on NBC and the Discovery Channel in 2002. Renewed in 2007 for a sixth season, Endurance has been much more successful. Roth, who serves as creator, host, and executive producer of this show, which was nominated in 2006 for two Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series. In 2007, Endurance was nominated for a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Children's Series. The show ran for six seasons.


In 2001, he formed 3Ball Productions, along with Todd A. Nelson. Roth produced and hosted his first children's reality show, Moolah Beach, as a 30-minute weekly show for Fox as part of its Fox Kids lineup. It was later shown on ABC Family as an extended 60-minute show in the summer/fall of 2001 for 13 episodes. After ABC chose not to continue the series, Roth took the show concept to NBC and Discovery Kids as Endurance.


Roth was born and raised in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He first acquired an interest in acting when he was ten, and has been working on commercials and being in front of and behind the camera ever since. In a 1996 interview, he said that he worked 22 commercials in his first year of acting. At age 11, he booked himself an audition for a children's show at a New York nightclub, winning a spot along with others including future stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Rick Schroder, and Ricki Lake. He was one of the hosts of the kids' news magazine version of Wonderama, which aired from 1980 to 1987.


In 1991, after his Fun House stint, he went on to host the magazine video game series GamePro TV. The following year, he started his own production company, Slam Dunk Productions. He initially produced and hosted the short-lived children's game show Double Up on NBC. He emceed several other game shows, including the first season of Masters of the Maze for The Family Channel, and two of the six seasons of Zooventure, a children's game show taped at the San Diego Zoo and aired on Animal Planet. Zooventure aired in seven countries. Roth also produced a game show version of the word game Mad Libs for the Disney Channel with veteran television personality Dick Clark, who worked with Roth behind-the-scenes. He remarked that children would sometimes write in asking what grade he was in because of his youthful voice. In 1996, he took on the titular role of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, having been a childhood fan of the classic series. He found the show educational, a quality he admired whose absence he criticized in other shows billed as such. While hosting Zooventure, he hosted his first adult game show, Sex Wars, in syndication.


After being a finalist on Star Search, he made numerous guest appearances on Charles in Charge, As the World Turns, The Equalizer, and Tales from the Darkside. After graduating from Cherry Hill High School East in 1986, and before producing reality television, Roth's first television exposure was hosting the kids' game show Fun House, which was one of the most popular children's shows in the U.S. at the time. At age 19, he became the youngest person to host a game show. During its three-year-run, he also traveled across the country hosting a live version for children. In several episodes, he claimed that J.D. stood for "Jammin' Dude." In 1987, he was considered for the part of Wesley Crusher in Star Trek: The Next Generation and was a Panelist in the Davidson Version of Hollywood Squares.


James David Weinroth (born April 20, 1968), better known as J. D. Roth, is an American television personality, actor, children's game show host, a voice-over performer on many television programs, and a television producer of reality shows. Roth is the co-creator of the reality show The Biggest Loser on NBC. He also hosted ABC's fall 2008 series Opportunity Knocks. He served as the announcer of the ABC tv show, Extreme Weight Loss.