July 18, 1977 |
Tyrone, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Occupation||Game show host|
Dylan Lane (born July 18, 1977)is an American television game show host. Although Lane was born in Tyrone, he was raised in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Huntingdon Area High School in Huntingdon.
From 2006-2007, Lane hosted the game show Chain Reaction that airs on GSN. He is also the host of the National Vocabulary Championship, another production of GSN. Previously, Lane was a VJ on Fuse TV, having hosted The F-List and co-hosted Daily Download.
Lane attended Muhlenberg College, majoring in Philosophy and studying Theatre, and currently resides in Astoria, New York. Most recently, Lane appeared on a season two episode of VH1's Tool Academy, in which he played the host in the "Party King" competition before the real competition started. Both his mother and his sister teach at the local high school, the former of which is a substitute teacher and the latter is a physical education and health instructor, married to the high school's former ninth grade biology teacher.
Geoff Edwards (1986-1991)
|Host of Chain Reaction
Mike Catherwood (2015)
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