Geoff Keighley is a Canadian video game journalist and television presenter. He was most known for hosting the video game show GameTrailers TV, and for co-hosting the now-defunct G4tv.com. Keighley is also a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Kotaku, among other publications. Keighley was the executive producer of the Spike Video Game Awards, and has served as the executive producer and host of The Game Awards since its inaugural show in 2014. He has also hosted the E3 Coliseum event at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
|Born:||June 24, 1979, Markham, Ontario, Canada|
|Occupation:||Video game journalist, presenter|
|Notable work:||Spike Video Game Awards (2003–2013), The Game Awards (2014–present)|
|Twitter:||Geoff Keighley's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Geoff Keighley's IMDb|
About Geoff Keighley
Known for his work as a video game TV presenter and journalist in Canada. He has gained widespread popularity for his time as host and executive producer of the GameTrailers TV series, which aired its 11th and final season in 2013.
He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California. He subsequently began the GameTrailers TV series, which was originally called Game Head, in 2005.
He has done extensive work for Spike TV, including hosting a number of video game launch specials for the network. He also hosted the Spike Video Game Awards in 2013, and in 2014, created his own award ceremony called The Game Awards.
He was born and raised in Canada.
In 2013, he joined Joel McHale in having hosted Spike's Video Game Awards.
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