Rossi Morreale was born and raised in Arkansas, where he attended the University of Arkansas and started as a wide receiver for the Arkansas Razorbacks. An avid sports player and fan, he soon found a home on the G4 network as host of Sweat, a sports oriented show where he interviewed high profile athletes including Shaquille O'Neil and Tony Hawk. After Sweat, Rossi moved to TLC where he became host of Junkyard Mega-Wars, followed by On-Air with Ryan Seacrest, eventually landing a role as host and correspondent for NBC's Extra.
During his time at Extra, Rossi mingled with and interviewed major Hollywood talent.
Following his gig hosting Fox's syndicated gameshow Temptation, Morreale went on to host season one of the Country Music Television reality TV series Can You Duet. This series was a talent search for undiscovered country music duets, where he met his wife Kacey Coppola. He then went on to host ABC's Dating in the Dark, a concept adapted from the Netherlands.
Morreale's ability to capture audiences throughout different platforms has lead him to be voted one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive. Currently, he host's NBC's new primetime series, Escape Routes, an interactive reality competition show that relies on Social Media to get the audience involved.
Rossi Morreale's passion for entertaining has lead him to take on the new title and role of producer. Morreale produced and starred the romantic comedy Life's An Itch, which is set to release in the summer of 2012.