On April 1, 2009, Probst appeared on the CBS reality television special I Get That a Lot, in which he worked a cash register.

In February 2010, Probst confirmed that he has signed on to host two more seasons of Survivor, putting him through season 22.

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After graduating from Newport High School in 1979 and finding no interest in culinary school, he attended Seattle Pacific University and worked at Boeing Motion Picture/Television studio as a producer and narrator of marketing videos.

In addition to Survivor, Probst once hosted the FX network's original half-hour show dedicated to answering viewer letters, Backchat, along with Sound FX, a music series featuring Orlando Jones (1996).

He also wrote and directed the Lionsgate released film, Finder's Fee.

People magazine named Probst one of the "50 Most Beautiful People" in 2001. by giving Survivor related clues from the show's venues, has twice appeared on Celebrity Jeopardy!

Probst also hosts "Celebrity Superfan Roundtable" for Howard Stern. He later stated that he had worked hard to get a meeting with series creator Mark Burnett, because he believed the show was "something special." He delivers the series' signature catch-phrase to losing contestants, "The tribe has spoken.

It's time for you to go", which was included in TV Land's "The 100 Greatest TV Quotes and Catch Phrases" special in 2006.

Probst also hosted the VH1 series Rock & Roll Jeopardy!

from 1998 to 2001, and was a correspondent for the syndicated program Access Hollywood.

Starting on October 2012, Probst has hosted the recurring Adult Swim special, "The Greatest Event in Television History", which consists of remakes of 1980s TV show title sequences.