Ken Jennings has a Labrador retriever named Banjo.
Ken Jennings is a teetotaler.
In 2004, Ken Jennings worked at the Salt Lake City health care staffing company as a software engineer.
Ken Jennings has written and edited questions for the National Academic Quiz Tournaments.
While in college, Ken Jennings was the captain of the University's academic competition team.
Ken Jennings grew up in Korea and Singapore.
As a result of Ken Jennings getting the answer wrong and saying "Fed Ex" and losing, H&R Block has offered to give him free tax preperations for the rest of his life.
Ken Jennings finally lost to Nancy Zerg on the final round of Jeopardy. He answered "fed ex" to the question "Employees at this white collar firm work only four months out of the year." The correct answer was H & R Block.
Ken Jennings is married to Mindy Boam Jennings. They have one child and another due in November of 2006.
Ken Jennings has over 2,000 favorite movies.
From 1993 until 1995, Ken Jennings was living in Madrid, Spain. He was serving a two-year mission.
Ken Jennings is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Ken Jennings graduated from Brigham Young University.
Ken Jennings was eliminated from 1 vs. 100 on October 20, 2006. He got a question about a roulette wheel wrong.
In 2005, Ken Jennings wrote a book called Brainiac: Adventures in the Curious, Competitive, Compulsive World of Trivia Buffs.
Ken Jennings won 74 games of Jeopardy in a row.
Ken Jennings wrote his name in a different style for every Jeopardy appearance.
Ken Jennings hold the record for most consecutive appearances on Jeopardy, without losing.
Ken Jennings came in 2nd place in the "Ultimate Tournament of Champions" on Jeopardy. He lost to Brad Rutter.
Ken Jennings as appeared in commercials for Cingular Wireless and Allstate Insurance.
University Games created a board game called "Can You Beat Ken?"
Ken Jennings wears clip-on ties.
Ken Jennings is a software developer.
Ken Jennings collects comic books and an avid movie fan.