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Million Second Quiz Sensation Hails from Farmington Hills

Andy Kravis started his game show career on Jeopardy as a Farmington High freshman.

Andrew Kravis goes head to head with Cheryl Massena on Million Second Quiz. Photo credit: nbc.com screenshot
Andrew Kravis goes head to head with Cheryl Massena on Million Second Quiz. Photo credit: nbc.com screenshot
Andy Kravis was a Farmington High School freshman in 2002 when he appeared on the game show Jeopardy's Teen Tournament. 


Now, he's making waves on NBC-TV's Million Second Quiz, which pits contestants against each other in a trivia battle to reach the "money seat" and accumulate winnings. Described on the show as a law school graduate from Farmington Hills, Kravis' long run in the seat ended shortly before 11 p.m. on Saturday, but he fought back to regain it Sunday morning.

The game show, hosted by Ryan Seacrest, takes place over one million seconds or about 11 days. The next broadcast bout, seen locally on WDIV-TV, happens Wednesday at 8 p.m. 

Follow the Million Second Quiz action on Twitter and learn more at nbc.com. An app for the show is available on iTunes




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