A lawyer and CEO from London, United Kingdom...
A law student at the time of his five wins in 1985, Chuck used his Jeopardy! winnings to pay for law school outright rather than take out student loans. In the years since he became the winner of the second Tournament of Champions in 1986, he has worked for the U.S. State Department and the United Nations, traveled to over 70 countries, and is presently the CEO of a human rights organization based in London, England. "I have spent most of my career living and working outside the U.S.," he says, "but everywhere I go, people remember me from Jeopardy!"
"He became a winner of the second-ever Tournament of Champions in 1986. Now a CEO for a human rights organization based in London, this is..."
|Chuck appeared in the following 2 archived games:|
|#4085, aired 2002-05-10||Chuck Forrest vs. Bob Verini vs. Claudia Perry||2002 Million Dollar Masters semifinal game 3.|
|#4080, aired 2002-05-03||Chuck Forrest vs. Leslie Frates vs. Eric Newhouse||2002 Million Dollar Masters quarterfinal game 3.|
|Super Jeopardy! #9, aired 1990-08-11||Chuck Forrest vs. Dave Traini vs. Ron Black vs. Yael Sofaer||Super Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 7.|
|#4769, aired 2005-05-05||Chuck Forrest vs. Phil Yellman vs. Lara Robillard||2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 2, game 17.|