'Catfish' Season 9: 5 things you don't know about Nev Schulman
Nev Schulman with co-host Kamie Crawford will be seen hosting 'Catfish' Season 9
'Catfish' is coming back with another edition of revealing truths hidden behind online love and dating. Season 9 of the popular show will be premiering on January 5, 2022, on the MTV channel.
'Catfish' made its first appearance on MTV back in the year 2012 and became notorious for revealing the real identities behind online profiles. The series revolves around tracking all the mysteries and complexities of people dating in a digital world. Nev Schulman with Kamie Crawford will be seen hosting the show and helping people who have fallen in love through online mode. They will together test the authenticity of their lover's identities.
Nev Schulman, an American TV host, was born on September 26, 1984. Apart from being a TV host, he is a producer as well. He gained fame after his appearance in 'Documentary Film Catfish' in the year 2012, following up TV series 'Catfish: The TV Show' on MTV channel. He is the host and executive producer of 'Catfish.' Schulman was born to a Jewish family in New York City.
After studying dance for five years, Schulman became involved in photography. He went to Sarah Lawrence College from 2004- 2006 to study photography and dance. The host admitted that he was expelled from Sarah Lawrence College because he punched a female student whom he mistook for a male. Schulman wrote a book, 'In Real Life: Love, Lies & Identity in the Digital Age', in the year 2014. He also appeared in the movie 'Nobody's Fool' as Max.
Kamie Crawford was born on October 25, 1992. The host also won the title of 'Miss Teen USA 2010'. After winning the title, she won a $100,000 scholarship and clothes. She also received the opportunity to share an apartment in New York City with Donald Trump's other titleholders - Ximena Navarrete, Miss Universe, and Rima Fakih, Miss USA for one year.
She is a daughter of Victor and Carla Crawford. Crawford completed her graduation from Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland.