Alex Boylan Alex Boylan

Alex is no stranger to adventure. He won CBS's "The Amazing Race 2," a chance of lifetime in which he and his childhood friend circumnavigated the globe in a month. Alex quickly went on to create, host and produce numerous TV, online, and documentary projects.

In 2004, Alex hosted his first series At The Chef's Table that went one to be the highest rated food series on PBS during its airing. In 2005 and 2006 Alex produced and hosted Health Corner's "What's Cooking with Alex" segment along with Animal Attraction Season 1, Season 2 and Season 3 for the Emmy award winning production company: PineRidge Film and Television.

Alex's passion for surfing drove him to create and produce the DVD series Dropping In: Panama and Dropping In: El Salvador. Both documentaries follow surfers as they traverse lands lost in time in search of the perfect wave.

He then partnered with Burton Roberts and Zsolt Luka to create Around The World Productions. The first project of the company was the revolutionary multi-platform interactive series Around The World For Free. Around The World For Free launched live and held weekly updates on the CBS Early Show and was broadcasted daily online and to select mobile networks. This series was then sold to WGN America and aired as 11 one-hour episodes. The series brought in top advertisers like Sony, Priceline, Snapple, and Nikon. Next the series was distributed internationally by Shine Reveille and is airing in over 15 markets around the world.

Alex and Around The World Productions went on to host and produce the successful interactive series Rach to the Resue for The Rachael Ray Show. This series won a Webby Award.

Currently Alex and Around The World Productions are working on multiple projects from a series with the Boy Scouts of America to destination content for Travel Channel and many things in between.

A true world traveler, at the age of sixteen Alex left his hometown of Boston to spend a year playing semi-pro soccer for the club "Campinesse" in Campina Grande, Brazil. At nineteen he left for Munich, Germany to work for the President of Sales for Wonderware GmbH.

Before graduating with a B.S in International Business from Jacksonville University, Alex helped the soccer program win the conference tournament while making a run to the NCAA Division 1 Sweet Sixteen.

Alex's passion for travel has taken him to over 50 countries around the world.