Hunter Ellis

Emmy award winning television host, Hunter Ellis has worked on both the national and local stage for years. Hosting everything from adventure travel and technology series for the History Channel, to evening magazine and entertainment specials for KCBS, KCAL, and KTLA in Los Angeles, to anchoring the Morning News for the CBS affiliate in Austin, TX. He has shared many heart-stopping adventures with viewers in order to highlight the fun and exciting elements today's world has to offer.

Hunter brings great versatility to his projects through his inquisitive nature and passion for exploration. Having traveled to more than 40 different countries around the world, he enjoys meeting and interacting with people from all walks of life. He believes that by sharing the stories of others, we learn more about ourselves.

A third generation Naval Aviator, Hunter amassed more than 2,000 hours in the F/A-18, TA-4J, T-2C, and T-34C during his ten-year Naval Career. He completed two Middle East deployments in support of Operations Southern Watch and Desert Strike and accumulated 433 carrier landings, more than 100 at night. In addition, he was a qualified F/A-18C Flight Demonstrations Pilot and Landing Signals Officer. After completion of his service, he was a pilot for FedEx before dedicating his full-time to his television career.