This Week’s Contestants – April 1-5, 2019

It’s Week 30 of Season 35 of Jeopardy! Steven Grade of Atlanta starts the week as champion. The 10 challengers this week represent 9 different TV markets; which market will be represented by the champion on Friday?

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Are you curious about where this season’s contestants have been coming from? Matt Carberry has been tracking this information by media market this season!


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Steven Grade
Atlanta, Georgia
Steven Grade on Jeopardy!
Roberta Chapman
Alexandria, Virginia
Roberta Chapman on Jeopardy!
Reid Setzer
Washington, D.C.
Reid Setzer on Jeopardy!

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Erich Johnson
Brooklyn, New York
Erich Johnson on Jeopardy!
Anika Gregg
Belmont, Massachusetts
Anika Gregg on Jeopardy!
Rose Curtin
Newport, Kentucky
Rose Curtin on Jeopardy!
Alex Koral
Boulder, Colorado
Alex Koral on Jeopardy!

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Anna Hautzinger
Chicago, Illinois
Anna Hautzinger on Jeopardy!
James Holzhauer
Las Vegas, Nevada
James Holzhauer on Jeopardy!
Satish Chandrasekhar
Jupiter, Florida
Satish Chandrasekhar on Jeopardy!
Marshall Shelburne
Los Angeles, California
Marshall Shelburne on Jeopardy!

Since Alex Trebek’s diagnosis of stage 4 pancreatic cancer, many community members have been raising money. The Jeopardy! Fan Online Store is as well! All proceeds from any “Keep The Faith And We’ll Win” shirt sold will be donated to Alex Trebek’s preferred charity. (The de facto alumni association is currently inquiring with the show in order to determine Alex Trebek’s preferred charity; this will be updated when that has been determined. To date, $232.33 has been raised.)


Contestant photo credit: jeopardy.com



1 Comment on "This Week’s Contestants – April 1-5, 2019"

  1. I saw James Holzhauer on The Chase. He and his team beat The Beast, one of very few teams to ever do so. He’s knowledgeable and confident. Could he be the next Ken Jennings?

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