Chris Cashman

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As host of 1 vs. 100 Live, Chris Cashman is represented by an Xbox Live Avatar.

Christopher Andrew Cashman is an American comedian, voice actor, and Northwest Regional Emmy winner.[1] He is the son of Seattle comic Pat Cashman.[2]

Cashman served as radio co-host on sports station ESPN 710 AM KIRO during Dave Grosby's noon - 3 PM show.[3] from the station's inception in 2009 until Feb of 2011.[4] He can also be seen in multiple television advertisements for Grover Electric and Plumbing in the Pacific Northwest as well as Quadrant Homes.

In 2009, Cashman became the live host of the massively multiplayer online game adaptation of the trivia game show 1 vs. 100.[5] The online game show broadcast via Xbox Live gave players an opportunity to win real prizes and draws audiences in the tens of thousands.[6] Each season of the show runs for 13 weeks and two-hour episodes air on Tuesdays and Fridays. 1 vs. 100 was officially canceled by Microsoft on July 16, 2010.[7]

Cashman has appeared several times on the popular podcast Geek Gamer Weekly at http://www.geekgamerradio.com.[8]

In January 2013, Cashman joined his father and John Keister on a regional comedy show called "The 206", which airs on KING-TV in Seattle.[9]

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