Jeff Corwin Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Books, Movies, Tv Show

Jeff Corwin is an American biologist and wildlife conservationist best known for hosting many TV series including ABC’s Ocean Treks with Jeff Corwin.

Jeff Corwin Biography

Jeff Corwin is an American biologist and wildlife conservationist best known for hosting many TV series including ABC’s Ocean Treks with Jeff Corwin.

Jeff Corwin Age

He was born on July 11, 1967 in Norwell, Massachusetts, United States. He is 55 years old as of 2022.

Jeff Corwin Height

Corwin stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches tall.

Jeff Corwin Family

Corwin was born in Norwell, Massachusetts, United States to his loving parents Marcy Corwin(father) who worked as a police officer and Valerie Corwin(mother) she was a housewife.

Jeff Corwin Wife

Corwin is a married man, he has a lovely wife called Natasha Soultanova-Corwin and together they have a daughter named Maya Rose Corwin.

Jeff Corwin Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million dollars.

Jeff Corwin
Jeff Corwin

Jeff Corwin Salary

Corwin earns an estimated salary of about $50000 to $100000 annually.

Jeff Corwin Education

He attended Norwell High School, then went to college at the Eastern Nazarene College, in Quincy, Massachusetts. Later, Corwin attended Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater.

He has bachelor of science degrees in biology and anthropology. Corwin then graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, with a master of science in wildlife and fisheries conservation and doing work on bats and snakes.

In 1999, Bridgewater awarded him an honorary doctorate in public education. In 2018, Unity College conferred upon him a Doctorate of Sustainability Science, and was also certified as an Advanced Field Medical Specialist by the U.S. Army Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Jeff Corwin Conservation

He first experienced the tropical rain forests in 1984 in Belize. As an undergraduate, Corwin became active in conservation of rain forests in Central and South America. He also participated in the youth action committee for the United Nations Environmental Program.

In 1993, he addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations regarding the need to conserve neotropical rain forests. His lectures on wildlife, ecology, gold mining, and conservation to audiences throughout the United States.

Jeff Corwin Television

In 1994, he served as expedition naturalist for the documentary series titled The JASON Project, led by oceanographer Bob Ballard and sponsored in part by National Geographic. From 1997 to 1999, Corwin hosted a show for the Disney Channel titled Going Wild with Jeff Corwin.

From 2001 to 2005, he partnered with Animal Planet and Discovery Communications serving as host and executive producer of two series, The Jeff Corwin Experience from 2000 until 2003 and Corwin’s Quest that ran for a single season in 2005 and 2006.

In 2003, he appeared in an episode of the crime drama CSI: Miami where he played himself, portrayed as a former classmate of Eric Delko, played by Adam Rodriguez. Titled “Death Grip”, Corwin helped detectives retrieve a human foot from inside a live crocodile.

In 2003, he hosted a television documentary for Animal Planet titled Giant Monsters.

In the spring of 2007, he began a new TV show on the Travel Channel titled Into Alaska with Jeff Corwin. In the same year, Corwin was sponsored by CNN to be an environment correspondent for an Anderson Cooper 360 special called Planet in Peril, along with co-host Sanjay Gupta.

In 2009, he partnered with Defenders of Wildlife to host the documentary series Feeling the Heat.

He has been on expeditions to six of the seven continents—all except Antarctica. During the tsunami in Japan in 2011, Corwin was used as a geologist on MSNBC to help explain the tsunami.

The same year, Corwin voiced an alligator expert in an episode of The Hub’s Pound Puppies. In 2012, he starred in a Claritin commercial as himself.

From 2011 to 2016, he hosted and was an executive producer on the ABC wildlife adventure series Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin. In October 2016, ABC began showing his series, Ocean Treks with Jeff Corwin which involves ecology.

Jeff Corwin Dead

Jeff is not dead he is still alive an kicking.

The Jeff Corwin Experience

From 2000 to 2003, Corwin partnered with Animal Planet and Discovery Communications serving as host and executive producer of The Jeff Corwin Experience. Corwin explores the world, exposing and explaining aspects of the diverse animal kingdom. He shares his experiences with viewers on fascinating trips into the wild, which is as close as people can get without actually being there themselves.

First episode date: 10 May 2001
Final episode date: 3 December 2003
Network: Animal Planet

100 Heartbeats Jeff Corwin

In 2009, Corwin hosted a television special for MSNBC with the same title of his book Future Earth: 100 Heartbeats.

Jeff Corwin Elephant Attack

In March, 2007, Corwin was bitten and attacked by an elephant at Cambodia’s Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center. The incident occurred when Corwin was being filmed by CNN who was doing a story for its “Planet in Peril” series. CNN anchor Anderson Cooper can be seen in the film interviewing Corwin when the attack occurred.

Appearing on Cooper’s blog for March 22nd, Cooper said, “…basically, an elephant grabbed hold of Jeff’s arm with his mouth and tossed him like a ragdoll. Jeff had warned me that while elephants can be very playful, they don’t know their own strength. He was certainly right about that.”

“We thought Jeff’s arm was broken at first, but once we were out of the water it became clear that it had just been badly twisted and was deeply bruised. Jeff was able to continue working, which I found kind of amazing, and afterwards we stopped off at a clinic so a doctor could check out his arm. It’s now in a sling.”

Jeff Corwin Illness

Due to his fun but risky job, Corwing has suffered dengue fever, African tick fever and malaria.

Jeff Corwin Tv Show

  • Going Wild with Jeff Corwin: Disney Channel 1997–1999.
  • The Jeff Corwin Experience: Animal Planet 2000–2003.
  • Giant Monsters: Animal Planet 2003.
  • Jeff Corwin Unleashed: Discovery Kids Channel 2003.
  • King of the Jungle: Animal Planet 2003–2004.
  • Corwin’s Quest: Animal Planet 2005—2006.
  • Into America’s West: Travel Channel 2008.
  • Into Alaska: Travel Channel 2007.
  • Feeling the Heat: Partnered with Defenders of Wildlife 2009.
  • Future Earth: 100 Heartbeats: MSNBC 2009.
  • Extreme Cuisine with Jeff Corwin: Food Network 2009–10.
  • Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin: ABC 2011—2016.
  • Ocean Treks with Jeff Corwin: ABC 2016—2017.

Jeff Corwin Books

  • Living on the Edge: Amazing Relationships in the Natural World – 2003
  • Giant Monsters – 2004
  • Into Wild Australia – 2004
  • Into Wild Spain – 2004
  • Into Wild Louisiana – 2004
  • Into Wild Costa Rica – 2004
  • Into Wild Zanzibar – 2005
  • Your Backyard Is Wild: Junior Explorer SeriesBook 1 2009
  • Animals and Habitats of the United States – 2009
  • 100 Heartbeats: The Race to Save Earth’s Most Endangered Species – 2009
  • Snakes – 2009
  • Your Backyard Is Wild: Junior Explorer Series – 2009
  • Jeff Corwin: A Wild Life: The Authorized Biography – 2009
  • The Wild Wild Southwest – 2010
  • The Great Alaska Adventure – 2010
  • The Great Alaska Adventure! Junior Explorer SeriesBook 2 – 2010
  • The Extraordinary Everglades – 2010
  • Creepy-Crawly Critters – 2010
  • The Wild, Wild Southwest! Junior Backyard Explorerbook 3 – 2010


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