A fashion designer and TV personality from the QVC Network...

Isaac Mizrahi

How did you prepare for the show?
Well, I sort of prepared with my whole life. My entire history has been preparing for this moment, frankly. I've been watching Jeopardy! in my bathtub. So--there's a way that you can position the mirror in my apartment where you can watch it backwards, and sometimes I watch it without the sound, so I can read the clue backwards and get the answer in form of a question. It's really complicated, but it works, and I'm really--so it makes the actual playing of the game really easy. When you're used to playing without sound, backwards in the bathtub, [snaps fingers] it makes the actual playing of the game like a piece of cake.

Do you have any fashion tips for Alex?
Well, I kinda like the new no-mustache thing. Even though he shaved it a long time ago--I don't know why I think it's new. But, he looks great. I don't know what he's doing, but he looks really great. Maybe a little--[points to cheekbones]--you think--what, do you think Alex had a little--did he have some work? [Giggles]

What categories are you hoping to see?

What do you think of your competition?
Well, I think I'm going to win. I think I'm gonna take Jane Curtin and CC. I do. I think I'm gonna take them both. I like them, but... I will cut them. [Laughs]

"His fashion designs are a favorite among celebrities on the red carpet. In December 2009, he launched his own lifestyle collection on the QVC network. Please welcome designer..."

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Born in Brooklyn, New York, Isaac Mizrahi's passion for design and performance began at early age. As the son of a children's clothing manufacturer and a fashion-obsessed mom, Isaac was always encouraged to express his artistic talent. After a youth spent staging puppet shows in his backyard and creating clothes for his mom's friends, Isaac studied acting at the High School of Performing Arts and fashion design at Parsons.

As a leader in the design business for more than twenty years, Isaac has been awarded four CFDA awards, including a special award in 1996 for the groundbreaking documentary Unzipped. His ready-to-wear collection is available at high-end retailers and specialty boutiques globally. Isaac's designs are a favorite among celebrities and frequently seen on the red carpet.

In December 2009 Isaac launched his lifestyle collection, ISAACMIZRAHILIVE!, on QVC. The brand includes all of Isaac's favorite things from handbags to dresses to cheesecakes. In addition, Isaac is the Creative Director of Liz Claiborne New York, overseeing design and development. In 2003, Isaac revolutionized the industry by teaming with Target to launch a collection of chic and stylish clothing and accessories for women.

Isaac has created costumes for movies, theatre, dance and opera in collaboration with Mark Morris, Twyla Tharp, Mikhail Baryshnikov and The Roundabout Theatre Company, among others. In 2002 Isaac received the Drama Desk Award for his costume designs for The Women. Most recently, he made his costume design debut at the New York Metropolitan Opera with Orfeo ed Euridice.

In 1997 Isaac wrote a series of comic books entitled The Adventures of Sandee the Supermodel and he has appeared in films and television shows including Sex & the City, Ugly Betty, and Celebrity Jeopardy! Isaac won rave reviews in 1999 for his one-man, off-Broadway show Les Mizrahi. Television audiences have come to love Isaac as the host of his own series on both the Oxygen Network and the Style Network and on Bravo's The Fashion Show.

Isaac's daily web series can be seen at watchisaac.com and features his unique take on cooking, trends, style, fashion, and entertaining. His book, How to Have Style, was published by Gotham in 2008, and is a must-have for all women.

In September 2009, Isaac opened his first freestanding shop in New York City. The shop showcases his ready-to-wear, accessory, and couture collections.

When not working, Isaac enjoys spending time with his dog Harry, cooking, and watching the Yankees.

For additional information please visit www.isaacmizrahiny.com.

Isaac appeared in the following 2 archived games:
#5912, aired 2010-05-04 Michael McKean vs. Isaac Mizrahi vs. Charles Shaughnessy 2009-2010 Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational semifinal game 2.
#5900, aired 2010-04-16 Jane Curtin vs. Isaac Mizrahi vs. CCH Pounder 2009-2010 Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational quarterfinal game 9.
Isaac previously appeared on Jeopardy! as Isaac Mizrahi in the following archived game:
#5102, aired 2006-11-14 Soledad O'Brien vs. Isaac Mizrahi vs. Harry Shearer 2006 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 5. From Radio City Music Hall...

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