Jessica Chobot

Jessica Chobot
Jessica Chobot

Jessica Chobot at the Independent Games Festival
Born Jessica Lynn Horn
July 7, 1977 (1977-07-07) (age 34)
Buffalo, New York, United States
Occupation Presenter, staff writer
Years active 2005–present

Jessica Chobot (born Jessica Lynn Horn) is an American on-camera host and staff writer for IGN. She is best known for hosting the IGN shows IGN Strategize and Weekly Wood, which also runs on Xbox Live and used to present the IGN Daily Fix.



Chobot was born on July 7, 1977, in Buffalo, New York. Her family moved from town to town frequently during her youth. Before entering high school, Chobot lived in several places on the East Coast and all around the Midwest.[1] She currently resides in Los Angeles, California. On August 21, 2011 Chobot became engaged to G4tv's Blair Herter.[2][3]


Chobot gained exposure when a tongue-in-cheek modeling photo of her licking the Sony PSP appeared online in 2005. The photo has been widely parodied since, even appearing on Sony-branded advertising.[4] Supplementing her love of videogames is an obsession with Japanese culture, specifically anime and manga. In 2006 Chobot was hired full-time by to take over hosting responsibilities for the network's IGN Weekly show which is still running. Her segments included stand-up introductions as well as "woman-on-the-street" pieces. Starting in 2009 and ending in 2011, Chobot hosted a daily show entitled "IGN Daily Fix"; the first episode aired March 23, 2009. In addition, she contributes columns, features and reviews and runs a blog on IGN. Chobot is also a former contributor to FHM UK,, and has made multiple appearances on G4's "Filter" and "Attack of the Show!". She has also hosted a videogame preview segment for Fuel TV’s, “The Daily Habit,” and co-hosts on Lifeskool TV’s, “Gamer’s Dojo”. She also contributes as a weekly guest on Maxim Radio, where she answers caller questions for an hour each Monday.[citation needed] Chobot and Ryan Dunn starred in "Proving Ground", for one episode on June 14, 2011. G4 temporarily pulled the show due to Dunn's death on June 20, 2011 and began re-airing on July 19, 2011.

Chobot has appeared on commercials for ADV’s Anime Network On Demand cable station, lent her likeness to Symbiote Studios Toy Company for two limited-edition anime-style sculptures. In addition, she has modeled for the J!NX female gamers clothing line. In 2006-2007, she co-wrote a sci-fi script with writer/director/creator of Tron, Steven Lisberger, for Soul Code.[5] Current collaborations include an anime-style collectible figurine in development with Symbiote Studios, a representative of women's apparel line. Chobot is also writing the "Ask Jess, Dammit!" blog for Maxim.[6] She was named the 88th most desirable woman of 2008 by AskMen magazine[7] and 14th hottest woman of business 2009 by Business Pundit.[8] Chobot also hosts a weekly show featured on Inside Xbox called IGN strategize. Chobot recently placed at #57 in the 2011 Askmen's Top 99 Women poll.[9]


External links

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