"Why haven't you told anyone that you're transgender?" WATCH: Jeff Varner Says He's 'Profoundly Sorry' for Outing Zeke Smith as Transgender on 'Survivor': 'I Was Wrong' Varner first defended himself by saying he was a supporter of transgender rights, and that he assumed Smith was "out and loud and proud" about being trans to the outside world, before breaking down in tears, admitting that he never should have revealed that piece of information.
He was born and raised in a middle class family, with his father working for the American government, which required him to move and resettle quiet often.He was born as the only child to father Jerry and Barbara Probst and seems to have an old ancestry, which links him to Austrian-German ethnicity.For his work in Survivor, he received several awards including two Emmys as a producer as well as a host.Also, he got an Emmy for “Best Reality Show Host” in 2008, followed again in 2009.He has received wild admiration and fan following thorough his TV work and through his 20 year old career in the showbiz, has also accumulated large net worth.
Jeff was born as Jeffrey Lee Probst in Wichita, Kansas on the 4th of November, 1961 but was raised in Bellevue, Washington of United States of America. "This was traumatic for the both of us and it was ugly.Scared of going home, the real estate agent made a last-ditch effort to point out Smith's "deceptive" behavior. Deceptions on levels, Jeff, that these guys don't even understand," Varner said, looking at Smith.Jeff’s (simple but effective) advice: “Is there any way you could just have a super cool bowl and put your stuff in it?” Watch the video above for more words of wisdom from Jeff!Donita and Devon are engaged but Devon isn’t helping as much with the wedding as she’d like. I’m challenging whether you actually trust him to do this, or if you think it will be better with you, and if that’s the case, you gotta just tell him.