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|Alma mater||Washington University in St. Louis|
|Occupation||Mechanical engineer and TV personality http://www.deannebell.com|
|Known for||Hosting numerous TV shows|
Deanne Olivia Bell is an American television personality currently hosting CNBC's reality docu-series "Make Me a Millionaire Inventor." She has previously worked on PBS's Design Squad, Discovery Channel's Smash Lab, and National Geographic's "The Egyptian Job". She has also co-hosted DIY Network's "Money Hunters" and ESPN's "Rise Up."
Bell is originally from Palm Bay, Florida. In 2002, she graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering. Prior to appearing on television, Bell was an aerospace engineer based in southern California.
- Washington University in St. Louis News, "Engineering graduate to host new CNBC series", August 10, 2015
- Reading Eagle, "'Smash Lab' star engineers success", February 24, 2012
- National Geographic, "'The Egyptian Job", August 2, 2015
- DIY Network - About Money Hunters, "'About DIY Money Hunters", March 1, 2015
- "ESPN Orders High School Makeover Show 'Rise Up' to Series". The Hollywood Reporter. July 25, 2011.
- "Floridaguest.com". www.floridaguest.com. Retrieved 2018-01-24.
- Deanne Bell.com, "About Me",
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