A policy analyst from Arlington, Virginia...
Date of first appearance:
$59,500, plus a car.
Favorite anecdote associated with being on the show?
I was always surprised when people recognized me from television. One time, I was in the grocery store after going to the gym, and I looked as far from how I looked on Jeopardy! as you can imagine--no make-up, sweaty, hair a mess--and a woman recognized me and called her whole family over to see me. I was flattered, but really wanted to go home and take a shower.
Did being on Jeopardy! have any effect on your life?
Jeopardy! had a huge effect on my life. It enabled me to stop working and spend two years getting my master's degree in public policy. I told people that I was on the Trebek Scholarship. It's also been a great ice-breaker for job interviews.
"She used the winnings from her 5 shows in 1998 to earn a master's degree. Today she's a policy analyst. From Arlington, Virginia..."
2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000.
1999 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $2,500.
Season 14 5-time champion: $59,500 + a Chevrolet Tahoe.
|Lara appeared in the following 2 archived games:|
#4769, aired 2005-05-05
Chuck Forrest vs. Phil Yellman vs. Lara Robillard
2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 2, game 17.
#4749, aired 2005-04-07
Lara Robillard vs. Michael Braun vs. Bill Dickenson
2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 42.
|Lara previously appeared on Jeopardy! as Lara Robillard in the following archived game:|
#3327, aired 1999-02-09
Dave Abbott vs. Lara Robillard vs. Andrew Hutchings
1999 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.
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