Jill Suzanne Wagner is an American host and model probably best known for being the host of “Wipeout,” as well as her appearances on “Punk’d,” “Blade: The Series” and “Teen Wolf.”
Jill Wagner is a mix of German and Italian ancestry. Her mother passed away shortly after she was born, and thus, she was raised primarily by her Marine father, and her grandmother.
She described herself on Twitter as “Wipeout host, daughter of a marine, my eyes are up here, gone with the wind.”
Jill Wagner was a regular sketch performer on MTV’s “Punk’d”. She has also appeared on “Monk,” “Quintuplets” and “Dr. Vegas,” as well as the female lead in TV’s “Blade: The Series.” She also appeared in the horror film “Splinter,” which won several awards, including Best Picture at the 2008 Sceamfest Awards.
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Many may recognize her from her gig as a Lincoln Mercury spokesperson. “I enjoy the different aspects of this industry, whether it be hosting a wacky game show, playing a vampire, hunting werewolves, leading a race of aliens, or punking Katie Holmes. I love it all and I genuinely have fun on every project I work on. I believe life is too short to live it any other way.”
Jill Wagner attended Ledford Senior High School and then North Caroline State University, where she graduated with a degree in business management. She intended to go into business, but moved to Los Angeles after graduation to pursue a modeling career.
She has appeared in Stuff magazine, as well as FHM, and Maxim ranked her #90 in its Hot 100 Women of 2004.
Jill stays in shape by drinking a half-gallon of water every day, and eating a salad. Her last meal would be her grandmother’s salmon cakes and cabbage.
She listens to “classic, old-school Madonna.”
Jill Wagner balances work and stress by finding at least two hours every day to spend doing the things that make her happy. She admits to disliking the gym. “I still go, but I alternate between the gym and an outside activity. Sugar and carbs are the two loves of my life but I had to break up with them last year. Water is now my new love.”
She said of “Wipeout,” “I get to act like a 5 year old kid all day.” As to “Teen Wolf,” she said, “Anytime I get to have a weapon in my hand and chase werewolves is a good day at work.”
Jill Wagner lives in Los Angeles and is single.