Meet the Judges of New Competition Series ‘Domino Masters’
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FOX’s new competition show Domino Masters is set to premiere after The Masked Singer, and the judges are lined up and ready to go. Danica McKellar, Vernon Davis, and Steve Price will be on hand to critique the contestants’ chain reactions.
The show will be hosted by Eric Stonestreet, with Joe Buck narrating the competition as Topple Announcer. Let’s learn more about the show’s stars before it premieres on March 9.
McKellar famously played Winnie Cooper on the TV show The Wonder Years from 1988 to 1993. She’s continued acting into adulthood, including in several Lifetime and Hallmark movies. She also voices Miss Martian on the animated series Young Justice. In 2014, she competed on Season 18 of Dancing with the Stars.
McKellar has also written several books about mathematics, including titles that encourage girls to get interested in math. The actress has a degree in Mathematics from the University of California. She co-authored a paper with her professor and a fellow student that resulted in the “Chayes–McKellar–Winn theorem.”
Davis a former football tight end who played for the San Francisco 49ers, the Denver Broncos, and the Washington Redskins. He retired from the NFL after the 2019 season. Davis has since ventured into acting, appearing in several upcoming projects, including the movies A Day to Die and Chariot.
Like McKellar, Davis is a Dancing with the Stars alum. In 2020, he was paired with pro dancer Peta Murgatroyd for Season 29, lasting six weeks in the competition.
Steve Price, also known as Sprice, builds Rube Goldberg machines. He competed on America’s Got Talent in Season 8, making it to the Quarterfinals with his creations. Price studied mechanical engineering at Michigan State University.
Price posts his chain reactions on his YouTube channel, which has over 400,000 subscribers. His machines are extremely complex, taking several minutes to run through from beginning to end. You can check out Price’s portfolio on his website.
Stonestreet is best known for played Cameron Tucker on the ABC sitcom Modern Family. He won two Emmys for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance. Before that, he guest starred on several TV shows and played Ronnie Litre on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Stonestreet also has some talent show experience, having hosted ABC competition The Toy Box in 2017. He also filled in for Heidi Klum as a judge on America’s Got Talent in 2020. Elsewhere, Stonestreet appeared in the music video for Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande’s song “Stuck With U.”
Joe Buck will be the Topple Announcer for Domino Masters. Buck is a sportscaster for Fox Sports. The talent runs in the family, as his father Jack Buck was also a well-known sportscaster. He’s been the play-by-play announcer for the World Series most years since 1996.
Buck has also appeared as himself in TV series such as Pitch and Family Guy, as well as the Jimmy Fallon movie Fever Pitch. Recently, Buck served as a guest host on Jeopardy! following the death of longtime host Alex Trebek. He was also a contestant on Celebrity Family Feud last year.