NHL Awards Show: Ten People We’d Rather See Host the Show Than Jay Mohr

June 22nd, 2010 by Mike Burse Leave a reply »
The 39-year-old Actor/Comedian is from Verona, New Jersey, USA. His recent television roles include playing Gary Brooks on the CBS sitcom Gary Unmarried and his recurring role as Professor Rick Payne on Ghost Whisperer. In 2001 he hosted a talk show on ESPN called Mohr Sports prior to it's cancellation that same year. His next work in the world of sports was as a voice over artist for Fox Sports Net's Beyond the Glory series, which profiled controversial athletes. He also regularly contributes to the Jim Rhome Show radio program as a caller and occasionally a guest host. As well he is a guest sports writer for Sports Illustrated. As evidenced by his past involvement he is very much a sports enthusiast. Although his roots in the entertainment business lie very much on the stage in stand-up comedy. In 2003 and 2004 he created, hosted and executive produced the reality television program Last Comic Standing. He currently remains a consultant for the show. Now let's take a look at other people from the world of entertainment that would possibly do a better job of hosting the 2010 NHL Awards. Please comment below on the following entertainers or indicate whom you would like to ...

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