He was the winner of the award:
1991- Young Artist Award. Best Youth Variety or Game Show for Fun House.
J.D. was nominated in 2006 for three Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series for being the host, creator, and executive producer of Endurance.
J.D. joined the TV business when he was 10 years old.
While doing Fun House, he went across the country to do a live version for the kids.
J.D. is the CEO of 3Ball Productions, a television production company based in Manhattan Beach, California.
J.D. has been married to Christine Roth since 1997.
He graduated from Cherry Hill High School East in Cherry Hill, New Jersey in 1986.
In a 1996 interview, he said that he did 22 commercials in his first year of acting.
At the age of 11, he booked himself an audition for a kid's show at a New York nightclub.
J.D. has two sons, named Cooper and Duncan.
He has two sisters - Dr. Heidi Fleishman, a noted pediatrician in Voorhees, NJ, and Alison Shaw, an attorney for Mattleman Weinroth & Miller in Cherry Hill, NJ.
He is the only person to host a kids game show, an adult game show, a kids reality game show, and an adult reality show.