A film journalist and test prep teacher from Los Angeles, California...
A film journalist and director of teachers for a test preparation company, Bob used the money he earned as winner of the season four Tournament of Champions to start his own theater company in New York. After 10 years of pushing the envelope of his creativity he moved on to other pursuits and relocated to Los Angeles, California. But he's proud of having taken advantage of the opportunity that the money made available to him and remembers it as "a great and fulfilling time." Of his original 1989 appearances, Bob says he "never took the game super-seriously. I was there to have fun and whatever happened, happened. I will say that it was all easier once I won the very first game."
"A resident of New York City when he won the 1987 Tournament of Champions, he's now a film journalist and test prep teacher. From Los Angeles, California..."
|Bob appeared in the following 4 archived games:|
|#4087, aired 2002-05-14||Brad Rutter vs. Eric Newhouse vs. Bob Verini||2002 Million Dollar Masters final game 2.|
|#4086, aired 2002-05-13||Brad Rutter vs. Eric Newhouse vs. Bob Verini||2002 Million Dollar Masters final game 1.|
|#4085, aired 2002-05-10||Chuck Forrest vs. Bob Verini vs. Claudia Perry||2002 Million Dollar Masters semifinal game 3.|
|#4081, aired 2002-05-06||Leslie Shannon vs. Eddie Timanus vs. Bob Verini||2002 Million Dollar Masters quarterfinal game 4.|
|Super Jeopardy! #13, aired 1990-09-08||Bob Verini vs. Bruce Seymour vs. Dave Traini||Super Jeopardy! final game. The conclusion of The $250,000 Challenge.|
|Super Jeopardy! #4, aired 1990-07-07||Bob Verini vs. Eugene Finerman vs. Eric Newhouse||Super Jeopardy! semifinal game 1.|
|Super Jeopardy! #1, aired 1990-06-16||Bob Verini vs. Bruce Naegeli vs. Steve Rogitz vs. Ouida Rellstab||Super Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 1.|
|#4767, aired 2005-05-03||Bob Verini vs. Tad Carithers vs. John Cuthbertson||2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 2, game 15.|