He’s racked up more frequent flyer miles than most seasoned travelers hosting CBS’ The Amazing Race, but anyone who thinks Phil Keoghan is all traveled out should think again. Despite having 30 seasons of Race to his credit (31 if you count the one he just completed that is still to air), along with umpteen-thousands of global trekking miles covered via other pursuits, receiving the offer to host National Geographic's Explorer was the chance to fulfill a decades-old dream. "When I first moved to America from New Zealand as a young host, I started looking at all the shows I would like to work on or work for," he explained during an exclusive interview with MediaVillage. "The show I zeroed in on was Explorer. As soon as I hear the theme music it's sort of like what The Amazing Race theme has become now. I immediately think of traveling, adventure and exploring.
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