Who the heck are we talking about you ask? You may not know his name, but you definitely recognize his face: Probst is the perennial host of "Survivor," a gig that has already garnered him four (yes, four) Emmys and set him up to possibly have his own talk show this fall.
Being the go-getter that he is, however, that's not enough to keep him busy—which might be why, a full decade after his 2002 directorial debut, the thriller "Finder's Fee," Probst is gearing up to direct his second feature film.
This time around it's "Kiss Me," a coming-of-age tale penned by Liz Sarnoff (the scribe behind "Deadwood," "Lost" and "Alcatraz" among others.) According to Inside Movies, the story follows