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Kit Hoover

Host, "All Access"

Kit Hoover made her television debut in 1995 as a cast member on the original season of MTV's "Road Rules." Soon after she joined King World Production as their entertainment reporter for “American Journal.” Hoover then went to Fox News in 1999 as a correspondent for Fox Broadcasting Company's newsmagazine, "FOX Files." In 2003, she started as host ESPN2's "Cold Pizza,” and also served as a guest judge on ESPN's reality contest, "Dream Job." Hoover has appeared several times as a guest host on "The View” and from 2008-2009, she hosted TLC's lifestyle makeover series, "Real Simple, Real Life," based upon the magazine Real Simple. She served as the host of ABC’s "Shaq Vs.," a reality show starring Shaquille O'Neal in 2010, and  hosted “Celebrity Home Raiders” on Lifetime.

A veteran television personality and broadcast journalist, Hoover offers an eclectic background and live experience with a fun, energetic personality which allows her to be unpredictable and spontaneous. She most recently brought that energy to Animal Planet’s live 2-hour special, “Give a Dog a Home,” which aired in December 2019.


Hoover received a B.A. in communications from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill where she earned a scholarship for Track and Cross Country.  Kit continues to practice her love of fitness, and currently resides with her husband and three children in Los Angeles.