An attorney from Baltimore, Maryland...
Date of First Appearance:
$62,401 ($1,000 for appearing in the ToC)
5-Time Champion; came from behind 3 times; 5 truly uninspiring interview segments.
I was on my first date with my wife at this very popular Afghan restaurant in Baltimore. After finishing our aushak and kaddo borawni appetizers, the conversation lulled for a little. Thinking quickly, I used the only sure fire conversation starter I had--Jeopardy! I smoothly mentioned that my best conversation starter was that I was on Jeopardy! Amazingly enough, this display of suavity did not cause her to duck my calls and we were married last September.
What I did with my winnings:
I bought a 100-year-old house in Baltimore city and am almost done renovating it.
I am really not as hopeless as I seemed on TV.
"With the money from his five wins in 1995, he bought a 100-year-old house. He's an attorney from Baltimore, Maryland..."
According to the official UToC web site, Brad's full first name is Bradley.
2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000.
1996 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Season 12 5-time champion: $61,401.
|Brad appeared in the following archived game:|
#4738, aired 2005-03-23
Brad Plovan vs. Steve Berman vs. Phoebe Juel
2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 31.
|Brad previously appeared on Jeopardy! as Brad Plovan in the following archived game:|
#2811, aired 1996-11-18
Brad Plovan vs. Mary Hirschfeld vs. Shane Whitlock
1996 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 1.
|Brad would later appear on Jeopardy! as Brad Plovan in the following 5 archived games:|
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