Jeff Corwin is one of the most prestigious biologists and herpetologists in the world. He loved the animals since he was a children and he still does. Jeff can be very professional when it's needed, but in his programs (especially those targeted to the older audiences) he always…more
In 2016, Jeff won another Emmy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle/Travel/Children's Series Host in his work on Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin.
In 2014, Jeff won another Emmy Award for Outstanding Travel Program in his work on Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin.
Jeff Corwin deosn't eat meat, but he eats fish. He does this because of his health.
In one of his shows, Jeff Corwin got so lost, they had to send out search parties to find him.
Jeff Corwin founded The Emerald Canopy Rainforest Foundation. It was an organization dedicated to protecting rainforests by education.
After being aggresively attacked by the elephant in Cambodia, Jeff Corwin only had a few injuries to his arm.
In 2004, Jeff Corwin won an Emmy award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series in work on Jeff Corwin Unleashed.
Jeff Corwin's show,The Jeff Corwin Experience, has over 13 million viewers in the U.S., and is viewed in more than 70 countries worldwide.
Jeff Corwin is left handed.
When Jeff Corwin was four, he was bit by a garden snake in his backyard. Everyone told him to get away from it, but he replied, "I love it."
Jeff Corwin has a tattoo of a coral snake on his left shoulder. His wife , Natasha Corwin, made him do it.
Jeff Corwin was attacked by an elephant at a wildlife rescue center in Cambodia on March 23, 2007.
Jeff Corwin says that he was a very poor student in junior high school, and in high school. In college, he 'flourished'.
In an interview, Jeff Corwin said that he had no exotic pets in his house.
In March 2008, Jeff Corwin was a Featured Speaker at the California League of Middle Schools Annual Conference, held in Sacramento, California.
Jeff's wife Natasha is a Ph.D candidate in comparative literature.
Jeff has two bachelor's degrees: one in biology and one in anthropology.
Jeff has a master's degree in natural resources conservation.
Even though he is a biologist that studies a lot of animals, he is particularly experienced while dealing with snakes; he's a biologist specialized in herpetology.
With some time to research, Jeff can say in which state of the USA he is only looking at the snakes.
Jeff published a book called Living on the Edge: Amazing Relationships in the Natural World.
When he isn't travelling through the world, Jeff teaches about wildlife, ecology and conservation across the USA.
The first time that Jeff got into a rain forest was in 1984 during an expedition to Belize.
As of 2006, Jeff lives near the coast in Massachusetts, in a house decorated with strange artifacts from his travels. He lives with his daughter and his wife.
Jeff studied anthropology at the Bridgewater State College. He studied biology there too.
Jeff found EcoZone, a environmental education center in Massachusetts.
Jeff studied biology at the University of Massachusets Amherst (UMASS)
Jeff said that the most scary moment in his career was when he was with the elephants in Borneo. The elephants were very angry, and this scared him since they can easily kill a man.
In May, 1999, the Bridgewater State College gave Jeff a doctorate in public education for his work as a conservationist.
Before working in the TV and biology industries, Jeff worked as an army doctor.
Jeff's father is a retired police officer.
Jeff was named one of the Top Ten People to Watch in TV by Entertainment Weekly.
Jeff has a daughter called Maya Rose. She was born in July 6, 2003.
In 2002, Jeff appeared in the Peoples magazine list of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World.
Jeff's wife is Natasha Corwin.
Jeff is 5'10" (1.78 m).
Jeff is sometimes called the "Snake Boy" due to his obsession with snakes.
Jeff Corwin: I kid because I love.
Jeff Corwin: I'm just safe. You have to remember, what you see represents moments that have been truncated from many, many hours of production. One 48 minute episode is built upon two or three months of production.
Jeff Corwin: I think a human animal is far more wild and unpredictable and dangerous and destructive than any other animal.
Jeff Corwin: Don't ever catch an owl, they hurt.
Jeff Corwin: Look at my legs, oh God that can't be good -- three feet of bat crap.
Jeff Corwin: Something like 70% of all rattlesnake bites involve alcohol, and I don't think it was the snake that was drinking.
Jeff Corwin: I'm not smart at all. You can ask my math teacher, english teacher and science teacher from high school.
Jeff Corwin: (Jeff in India riding on an elephant) I feel like there's something very powerful between my legs.
Jeff Corwin: You can milk a camel, okay, not that one, that's a male.
Jeff Corwin: I'm trying to look cool, but I'm this close to having to change my underpants.
Jeff: Remember, It's not the fall that kills you, it's the landing!
Jeff Corwin: (talking to the public) The things I do for you, guys!