A civil servant from Vancouver, Canada...
Date of first appearance:
$52,000 + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! computer game [plus $1,000 in the 1988 ToC]
It's not specifically due to this performance, but a Canadian newspaper writer who found out about this and my other radio and TV appearances christened me "Canada 's quiz show queen."
I was astonished that Alex Trebek not only remembered my appearance on The $128,000 Question, of which he was the host, but even remembered Fenton, my "good-luck" frog mascot.
Effect on my life:
Enormous! It amazes me how impressed people are with me when they find out that I've been on Jeopardy! ("I could never do that!"); when they discover that I was a five-time champ, they're sometimes rendered speechless. Secondarily, but just as importantly, the money, along with whatever I could earn from part-time work, allowed me to live without full-time work for almost a decade.
What people should know about me:
I love reading, attending theatre, travelling, and singing karaoke (especially tunes of the 80s).
"Her 5-time winnings from 1988 allowed her to go for nearly 10 years without a full-time job. Today she's a civil servant. From Vancouver, Canada..."
2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000.
1988 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Season 4 5-time champion: $52,000 + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! computer game.
Appeared on The $128,000 Question with Alex Trebek in the 1970s.
|Barbara-Anne appeared in the following archived game:|
#4726, aired 2005-03-07
John Kelly vs. Ryan Holznagel vs. Barbara-Anne Eddy
2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 19.
|Barbara-Anne previously appeared on Jeopardy! as Barbara-Anne Eddy in the following archived game:|
#962, aired 1988-11-08
Roy Holliday vs. Barbara-Anne Eddy vs. Stephen Lebowitz
1988 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.
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