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Kirk Fogg


Kirk Fairbanks Fogg
September 18, 1959
Los Angeles California, USA



Thank you! Thank you very much! Thank you! Thank you, Olmec.
~ Kirk Fogg's intro.

Kirk Fairbanks Fogg (born Septemer 18, 1959) is the host and deuteragonist of Legends of the Hidden Temple as well as its TV movie adaptation. In Season 1, he also announced the Moat Crossing, asked the tiebreaker questions, and handed out the Pendants of Life before the Temple Run (the first two tasks were done by Olmec in later seasons). In addition to hosting Legends, Fogg has appeared in over two hundred national commercials, and had a role as the District Attorney on the pilot of the UPN television series Veronica Mars. He never was a panelist on "Figure It Out" like other Nickelodeon television show celebrities.



Fogg was born in Los Angeles, California. He attended Cal State Fullerton where he earned a Bachelor's degree in communication. In 1993, Kirk became the host of Legends of the Hidden Temple, which he hosted until 1995. Since being the host of Legends of the Hidden Temple, Kirk has written, produced, and directed two films: Distortion and Yeah Vous.[1] He has appeared in a few television shows and movies, such as Veronica Mars (as a District Attorney), Smoke n Lightnin (as a Federal Agent), and Alien Space Avenger (as Matt). Kirk has also been in over three hundred different commercials.[2]

Kirk Fogg also guest appears as himself in The Loud House episode Legends (which itself is a crossover with Legends of the Hidden Temple).

In the CW reboot to Legends of the Hidden Temple, Kirk Fogg would do cameos in some episodes, usually during the Temple Runs.

Legends of the Hidden Temple: The Movie

He once had a chance to break Olmec's curse, but now Kirk is the tour guide. He regrets missing out, but now curiosity gets him back in the game. If he cannot solve it, maybe the three siblings can do it with the old map Kirk discovered many years ago.


  1. Hurwitz, Jake. CollegeHumor Interview / CH Interviews: Kirk Fogg. College Humor. Retrieved on 16 August 2013.
  2. Eby, Margaret. ’90s Nickelodeon Game Show Hosts: Where Are They Now?. Flavorwire. Retrieved on 17 August 2013.

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