Amy Schneider (Jeopardy) Biography

Amy Schneider is an American Engineering manager currently known to be a contestant on the quiz tv show Jeopardy!. She immediately gained a lot of recognition for being one of the few trans persons to be on the show. She has maintained a great streak and has been standing strong as competition for other contestants.

Amy Schneider is a new contestant of Jeopardy who became the champion by winning the game on Wednesday 17th November 2021. She has created curiosity for many of her fans to know about her. She has come to the show for the first time and has recently become the winner of the show through her knowledge. Amy has made $380,200 so far from her ten games win streak and probably trying to get her to win as many as episodes she can in order to be able to compete in the upcoming Tournament of Champions.

Early Life

Amy Schneider was born on May 29, 1984, in Ohio, USA. She was born as a male under the name Thomas E Schneider to her parents James T Schneider and her mother whose name has not been shared. Her father worked at the Dayton Metro Library and she grew up with her brother John Schneider. Amy is an engineer manager who is currently working in Oakland, California, and super active as well as dedicated towards her work. She went to the University of Dayton between 1997 to 2002 and earned a bachelor’s degree in science.

Amy Schneider Career

Amy Schneider got her first job as a software developer in NexTech. Previously, she has worked as a software engineer with the engineer team lead in San Francisco. She has also worked as an engineering lead in Softbank Robotics America of the United States. There, she worked for the role of engineering manager while developing her skills and management towards the work. Amy Schneider owes the skills of engineering management, REST Stress Analysis, Catia, Ruby on Rails, Mobile Applications, Amazon Web Services Aws, Git, etc.

From the start of the year 2021; she has been working as an engineer manager in Fieldwire Company. She also owes an account in “Podchaser” where she kept doing her podcasts every day. Talking about her social media profiles, she has made her account private. While being on the show Jeopardy, she disclosed a few of information about her life. She revealed that she had to go through bully and was one of the hatred personalities for many people in her school. She was consistently bullied by many of her mates in school.

Jeopardy!

Amy Schneider is a transgender who appeared on the show Jeopardy! She has been the winner of the show which is a matter of great happiness for all of her fans. Amy became the winner and defeated the other contestants Andrew He and Max Mcdonald. She defeated the five-time winner Andrew He and became the sole contestant to answer the final Jeopardy clue correctly. Currently, she is on ten games win-streak and would be the returning champion for tonight’s episode. Amy would be defending her title against Jaimie Carlson and David Miller on the episode of December 1st, 2021. So far, she has accumulated an amount of $380200 from 10 wins and looking hungry to collect as much as she can.

Amy Schneider Biography

Real Name Amy Schneider
Birth Date May 29, 1984
Age (as of 2021) 37 Years
Native Oakland, California, USA
Nationality American
Profession Engineering Manager
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Gemini

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 57 kg  –  in Pounds –  125 lbs
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Average

Family

Father James Schneider
Mother
Sister
Brother John Schneider

Qualification/Education

School
College

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Who is her husband/boyfriend? Not Known

Social Media

After the show was aired, Amy posted on Twitter that she was not only the one transgender to win the quiz. She wrote that there have been a handful of personalities on the show who have been transgender and won the quiz consecutively. She explained and supported her words while saying that Kate Freeman was the first transgender who became the winner of the quiz on 16th December 2020.

A number of fans are praising the work Amy pointing out her victory over the show. Many people have come forward saying that she won the heart of many during the Trans Awareness Week which started on 13th November and ends with the remembrance on 20th November. Amy revealed that she was able to win the momentous for herself as she was trying to appear on the show for almost 10 years.

Personal Life

Amy has publically come out as a trans person and went through sex alteration surgery to become a naturalized woman. She previously recognized herself as a male and was married to Kelly Anneken in 2004. She got divorced in 2016 after she started recognizing herself as a female and separated from her partner to go through the process. Amy moved to Oakland, California after her marriage and has been settled there ever since. She has always suffered a lot of hate and bullying during her college and school years where she was often labeled and called a trans person even though she has a male appearance due to which she suffered from a lack of confidence.

Amy Schneider Net Worth

Looking at her experience and profile on Linkedin, we can assume that she might be earning a hefty amount in form of salary mostly. She has been a moderate personality thus, her net worth is assumed to be around $500K. Amy has earned a few skills majored in an engineering subject. She appeared for the first time in Jeopardy! and has been a great fan of the show who was consistently trying to appear for the show for many years.

26 thoughts on “Amy Schneider (Jeopardy) Biography”

  1. She is brilliant and I wish I could tell her in person! I love watching her!
    As for surgery, why not?
    I would love to find out how she got so much knowledge. I am 83 yrs old.
    AMY YOU ARE AMAZING!

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  2. Why does she look up at the ceiling when talking to the host of Jeopardy? It is a very off-putting and disturbing way of communicating.

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  3. Congrats to Jeopardy and especially to Amy Schneider for the recent competitions that show Ms. Schneider to be smart, engaging, up-beat and an American that we can admire and respect. I’ve read a couple of articles describing the typical negative reactions that transgender people must contend with all too often and yet what we see is a poised, competent and attractive human being.

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  4. Amy, You are an amazing woman and I’m so proud of you! I really enjoy watching you on the show. You are one of the strongest women I know. God bless you! Diane

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  5. According to his/her birthday 1984 and entered the university in 1997 – 2002 grad with a bachelor’s degree. As a 13-year-old he/she must have done dual enrollment and finished in 2002. A smart individual. Yes, looking up at the ceiling and seldom makes eye contact is rude and shows her lack of being professional.

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  6. You cannot change your biology. Born male always male. Suffering from gender dysphoria a mental condition and should seek help. This is an abomination against God.

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