Alex Trebek as the Statue of Liberty from a Halloween episode in 1997.
Alex Trebek as a Guest Ring Announcer at WrestleMania VII
Alex Trebek on Cheers.
Alex on "International championship of Jeopardy" in Sweden (1997) with Russian contestant, Anatoly Belkine
Frank Sullivan, the first contestant introduced on the 1984 premiere.
Lois Feinstein, the second contestant on the 1984 premiere.
Greg Hopkins, the third contestant (and the first champion) on the 1984 premiere.
The first three-way zero occurred in the second episode of premiere week.
Lieutenant Frank Spangenberg has one of the highest totals from the 5-day limit era: $102,597. On his 5th and final day, he set the one-day record of $30,600; at the time, he had to donate his excess winnings to charity as the limit was $100,000.
Eric Newhouse, the 1989 Teen Tournament champion
Eddie Timanus, the first blind contestant in the history of Jeopardy!
Pam Mueller, the 2000 College Championship winner
Brian Weikle, a 5-day champ from 2003, won $123,797; including setting a one-day record of $52,000 on his final day.
Brad Rutter, the winningest Jeopardy! contestant in the show's history. In addition to being a 5-day champ in 2000, he won another $100,000 in the Tournament of Champions in 2001, won $1,000,000 in the Million Dollar Masters Tournament in 2002, won $2,000,000 in the Ultimate Tournament of Champions in 2005, won another $1,000,000 in the Battle of the Decades in 2014, and split another $1,000,000 in the All-Star Games in 2019.
James Holzhauer, the show's second multimillionaire in regular-season play after Ken Jennings, won 32 consecutive games. On April 9, 2019, he set a one-day record of $110,914; he broke his record on April 17, 2019, winning $131,127.