Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Top Winners
John Carpenter won $1,000,000 on November 19, 1999. He is the first winner in the United States and the world. He is a game show winner and an accountant.
Dan Blonksky is a legal counselor from Miami, Florida. He was a contestant in the U.S. form of the Who Wants To Be a Millionaire game show on January 16-18, 2000. He is the second American challenger to win $1,000,000. On May 23, 2000, he showed up on Champions Edition to play for his cause, Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services. He won $1,000, carrying his all-out Millionaire rewards to $1,001,000.
Joe Trela from Gilroy, California, Joe Trela was a challenger on the U.S. variant of the show on March 23, 2000. He is the third American competitor to win $1,000,000. He won even though he was at a disadvantage, utilizing the entirety of his lifesavers by question 10. Later he showed up on Champions release on May 21, 2000, and answered the tenth question, and won $1,000.
Bob House from Gay, Georgia was a challenger on the U.S. adaptation of the show on June 11-13, 2000. He turned into the fourth American hopeful to win $1,000,000.
Kim Hunt – from Collierville, Tennessee was a challenger on the U.S. form of the show on June 18th - July 6th, 2000. He is the fifth American challenger to win $1,000,000. He participated in the show's second tie-breaker during the Fastest Finger competition. He's the only contestant to win the Fastest Finger and collect $1,000,000.
David Goodman – from Olney, Maryland was a hopeful on the U.S. rendition of the show on July 11th, 2000. He is the sixth winner of the American show. Alongside John Carpenter and Steve Perry, he had three lifelines by the million-dollar question.
Kevin Olmstead – Won the top prize on April 10, 2001, as the seventh winner. He was the winner with the highest total winnings on the game show up to that point, with $2,180,000.
Bernie Cullen – is a victor on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. He played the game on 15th April 2001. He is known for wearing an orange sweater on his triumph. His success happened 5 days after Kevin Olmstead's triumph.
Kevin Smith – from Los Angeles, California, won the grand prize on 29th April 2001. He was the 10th hopeful to win the top prize of $1,000,000 in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. The first to do as such in the partnered variant of the show.
Ed Toutant – Won on September 7, 2001. showed up on January 31, 2001, when the big stake was at $1,860,000 after a mistake addressing his $16,000 question. It was resolved that there was a blunder in the inquiry, so he was welcomed back and won the big prize.
Nancy Christy – a center teacher from Tulsa, Oklahoma, was a candidate on the U.S. variant of the show on May 7-8, 2003. She turned into the principal lady to win 1,000,000 dollars on the show on May 9, 2003 and was likewise the last million-dollar champ for a very long time.
Robert Essig – (April 28, 1970 - February 3, 2019), from Ashtabula, Ohio, was a competitor on Super Millionaire on February 22-23, 2004. He left with $1,000,000.
Sam Murray – He answered eleven of a fifteen questions to win $50,000 in his first appearance on the Million Dollar Tournament of Ten. He answered his million-dollar question in the competition on November 11, 2009.
David Chang won $1,000,000 for his cause, Southern Smoke Foundation, on November 29, 2020. He born August 5, 1977. He is an American restaurateur, creator, and TV character. He is the owner of the Momofuku, which incorporates Momofuku Noodle Bar, Momofuku Ssäm Bar, Milk Bar, and Momofuku Ko in New York City; Momofuku Seiōbo in Sydney; Momofuku Noodle Bar and Kojin in Toronto; and Momofuku CCDC in Washington, DC. In 2009, Momofuku Ko was granted two Michelin stars, which it has held every year since. In 2018, Chang made, directed, and hosted in a Netflix show called Ugly Delicious. In 2019, he created a Netflix show named Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.