Rossi Morreale





Arkansas, USA

Birth Name




Played college football for the Arkansas Razorbacks. He was a wide receiver and punt catcher.

Instant Beauty Pageant cohost Rossi Morreale is no newcomer to Style--the good-looking, quick-witted charmer is also star of the network's Foody Call.

Rossi can also currently be seen on TBS Weekend Extra and serves as a special correspondent on Extra.

Previously, Rossi was host of G4 network's Sweat, a feature-oriented sports show, where he interviewed many high-profile athletes, including Shaquille O'Neal and Tony Hawk.

After Sweat, Rossi served as host of TLC's Junkyard Megawars. Fans reacted immediately to Rossi, and as the show's ratings grew, so did his popularity. Rossi even found himself featured in People's 50 Sexiest Men Alive.

Rossi soon appeared as a correspondent for On-Air with Ryan Seacrest and began rubbing elbows with Hollywood celebrities and scenesters.

Rossi then became host of the late-night talk show Midnight Spike on Spike TV before joining Style Network.

Armed with good looks, a disarming personality, and a quick wit, Rossi Morreale belongs in front of the camera. His natural talent for banter and extemporaneous speech make him a perfect host. Rossi can be seen on "TBS Weekend Extra" and as a special correspondent on "Extra". Rossi is currently hosting the Style Network's hit new series "Foody Call". Each week he helps make over an average guy by transforming him into a culinary casanova. This light-hearted series features a little cooking, a little decorating, and a lot of laughs while it shows bachelors the way to a woman's heart. Rossi can soon be seen on "Riding with Rossi" on the Travel Channel. The series, which premieres in September, celebrates our continuing love affair with the motorized vehicle. From monster trucks to classic car expos to motorcycle rallies, this series will enthrall and engage the audience with some of the best machines on the planet. Morreale was born and raised in Arkansas, where he developed the inherent sensibilities and charm of a “good ol’ Southern boy.” He attended the University of Arkansas where he was a starting wide receiver for the Arkansas Razorbacks. As both an avid sports player and viewer, Rossi soon found a home on the G4 network as host of Sweat, a feature-oriented sports show. There, Rossi interviewed many high-profile Athletes, from Shaquille O’Neil to Tony Hawk. Often, Rossi displayed his skills in ad-libbing by conducting interviews while playing sports or video games with his guests. After Sweat, Rossi moved to TLC where he became the host of Junkyard Mega-Wars. The audience reacted immediately to Rossi, and as ratings grew, so did his popularity. Before long, he found himself featured in People’s 50 Sexiest Men Alive where he caught even Oprah’s eye. Rossi soon moved to On-Air with Ryan Seacrest where he appeared as a correspondent. There, he has rubbed elbows with Hollywood celebrities and scenesters alike. Rossi then became host of the late night talk show Midnight Spike on Spike TV. There he interviewed Celebrity Guests like Benjamin Bratt, Andy Dick, Seth Green, and Ron Livingston, as well as some of the music industry’s biggest names like, Wyclef, Everlast, Lloyd Banks, and many more. On Midnight Spike, Rossi displays his natural ability of creating a fun, comfortable environment where celebrities can be themselves. Rossi’s hosting abilities run the gamut from sports programs to geeky mechanic shows to hob-knobbing with Hollywood elite. He’s equally at home trailing Tony Hawk on a skateboard or sipping champagne on a red carpet. He is a host with no bounds.