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Nathan Walpow

1985 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Season 1 5-time champion: $38,900.

Nathan appeared on the M'Ama Non M'Ama "men's" pilot hosted by Alex Trebek, taped 1984-12-07. On this show, he was introduced as a chemical engineer. This was an unsold pilot based on an Italian game show. The show was again adapted for broadcast in the U.S. on USA Network in 1986-87 with Ross Shafer as Love Me Love Me Not.

Nathan won $18,160 on The Challengers 1991 and later lost in the semifinals of the show's Tournament of Champions.

Nathan appeared on Merv Griffin's Crosswords in 2007.

Nathan appeared in the following 5 archived games:
#189, aired 1985-05-30 Nathan Walpow vs. Darryle Pollock vs. Howard Seftel Nathan Walpow game 5.
#188, aired 1985-05-29 Nathan Walpow vs. Doug Vaughn vs. Sean Stewart Nathan Walpow game 4.
#187, aired 1985-05-28 Nathan Walpow vs. Daryl Anderson vs. Belinda Tepper Nathan Walpow game 3.
#186, aired 1985-05-27 Nathan Walpow vs. Dr. Jay Burke vs. Peggy Janis Nathan Walpow game 2.
#185, aired 1985-05-24 Bill Fox vs. Nathan Walpow vs. Rick Pisarra Nathan Walpow game 1.
Nathan would later appear on Jeopardy! as Nathan Walpow in the following archived game:
#310, aired 1985-11-15 Michael Day vs. Nathan Walpow vs. Ron Black 1985 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5.

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