Did he or didn’t he? Will she or won’t she? These are just some of the questions guests hope to get answered on the new one-hour conflict resolution show The Test. Hosted by Kirk Fox (Parks and Recreation, Forgetting Sarah Marshall), The Test uses lie detector, DNA, pregnancy and other types of medical examinations to put anyone who is willing to the test. Whether the issue is between family members or couples hoping to one day become a family, The Test gets to the heart of the problem at hand and gives those involved the definitive answers needed to move forward with their lives. Mediating these conflicts is host Fox, whose easy-going personality and quick wit helps to defuse tense situations and keep participants’ emotions in check. The Test is filmed in front of a live studio audience, whose members are also encouraged to participate by voicing their opinions as to whether those on stage are really being honest with themselves and the people in their lives. The Test premieres September 9, 2013, and airs weekdays. Check local listings for stations and times. The Test is produced by Jay McGraw’s Stage 29 Productions and is distributed by CBS Television Distribution. Patricia Ciano, Jay McGraw and Carla Pennington are executive producers.
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About Kirk Fox
The multi-talented Kirk Fox is an actor, writer, producer and award-winning stand-up comedian. Fox will add host to his impressive list of credits when the syndicated daytime conflict talk show The Test premieres September 9, 2013. Fox has a recurring role on NBC’s hit comedy Parks and Recreation as Sewage Joe. Other recent acting credits include playing Mr. March on Nickelodeon’s How to Rock, and a guest appearance on the NBC’s Community. Fox’s extensive television background includes guest appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Chelsea Lately and Last Comic Standing, as well as his own Comedy Central Presents special. In April 2013, Fox appeared on the TBS comedy, Who Gets the Last Laugh? His experience is not only limited to television, though. Fox has also built an impressive list of silver screen credits including Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Postman, The Patriot and Wyatt Earp. Fox also co-wrote and co-starred in Tennis Anyone? with Donal Logue. Fox began his showbiz career performing stand-up comedy and took “Best Comedian” honors at the Aspen Comedy Festival in 2007. Between his movie and television bookings, Fox can still be seen performing at legendary comedy clubs Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store in Hollywood. A Southern Californian all his life, Fox originally hails from San Diego. A one-time professional tennis player and avid golfer, Fox currently lives in Los Angeles with his dog, Parker.
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