Who hosts the TV series Tough as Nails?

PRIMETIME Emmy Award winner and New Zealander Phil Keoghan is the host and showrunner of CBS' competition series Tough As Nails.

Tough As Nails features contestants competing in challenges at job site that test their toughness, with one participant eliminated in each episode. The show is currently in it's second season.

Who hosts the TV series Tough as Nails?

Keoghan was born on May 31, 1967, in Lincoln, a satellite town of Christchurch, New Zealand.

Keoghan, 53, is a New Zealand television personality, best known for hosting The Amazing Race on CBS since it's US debut in 2001.

The Amazing Race has won ten Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Reality-Competition Program seven times.

The 53-year-old was also the host and creator of No Opportunity Wasted, which has been produced in the US, New Zealand and Canada.

Keoghan currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Louise, who is her producing partner.

The couple have a daughter together, Elle.

What is Keoghan's net worth?

The television personality has an estimated net worth of $16million as of 2021, thecinemaholic reports.

The outlet reports Keoghan earns about $100,000 per episode of The Amazing Race.

What is Tough As Nails?

Tough As Nails is a reality TV competition series that features contestants competing in challenges at job sites to test their strength, endurance, and skills.

Contestants compete in team challenges, individual competitions, and elimination battles, known as “overtime.” 

However, contestants who lose elimination challenges do not leave the game and still have the opportunity to win additional prizes during team competitions.

Each competition the team wins earns them $12,000 and they receive a badge of honor. 

The team with the most badges of honor by the end of the season receives a cash prize of $60,000 to be split amongst members. 

If both teams have the same number of badges of honor, there is a tie breaker.

How can I watch Tough As Nails?

Tough As Nails airs on CBS Wednesdays at 8pm ET.

Full episodes are available to stream for free on the CBS website.

The series is also available on Hulu and YouTube TV. 

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