‘Danger!’ champ Amy Schneider and Genevieve Davis announce they secretly wed in May


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Amy Schneider and Genevieve Davis announced they tied the knot in secret earlier this year after Schneider made history as the second highest earning contestant on “Jeopardy!”

The game show champ revealed the couple had an intimate ceremony at the clerk’s office in Oakland, Calif., in May. She shared some photos from her wedding day with her millions of fans online.

“A year ago today I was in Los Angeles waiting to fulfill a dream,” Schneider tweeted. “The year that followed was filled with good days, but the best by far was May 9, when Geneviève and I got married.”

Schneider and Davis were spotted in Los Angeles in February shortly after Amy decided to quit her day job as a software engineer following her big hit on the ultimate quiz show.

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Amy Schneider and Geneviève Davis, seen in February, got married in secret in May.
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“Without her, none of the other good days would have come. I’m so lucky to share my life with her!” Schneider added in his tweet.

In February, just after her TV series wrapped, Schneider wore a polka dot dress to dinner, while Davis wore a brown velvet mini dress. Both women opted to wear face masks as they left the restaurant while carrying gift bags and takeout boxes.

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Schneider also shared her happy news on Instagram, with the two brides wearing white dresses in wedding photos captured during their small ceremony.

"Danger!" Star Amy Schneider proposed to Genevieve Davis in February and announced they secretly wed in Oakland in the spring.

“Danger!” Star Amy Schneider proposed to Genevieve Davis in February and announced they secretly wed in Oakland in the spring.
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Amy Schneider and Genevieve Davis, pictured in February, tied the knot in May and revealed they would be having a bigger ceremony later  Schneider made history earlier this year with her 40-game winning streak over "Danger!"

Amy Schneider and Genevieve Davis, pictured in February, tied the knot in May and revealed they would be having a bigger ceremony later Schneider made history earlier this year with her 40-fight winning streak on “Jeopardy!”
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“Geneviève and I are thrilled to announce that on Monday, May 9, we were married in a small, private ceremony at the Alameda County Recorder,” she wrote. “We’ll still have a traditional wedding and reception next summer, but our lives have been far too busy this year to go very far in planning, and we couldn’t wait this long to proclaim our love and commitment to him. to each other. Thank you all for your help!”

In January 2022, Schneider became the second consecutive all-time winner on the game show, earning $1.38 million. His winning streak ended at 40, earning him the title of second-best “Jeopardy!” player behind new host Ken Jennings.

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Schneider was beaten by Chicago librarian Rhone Talsma.

“I had thought the Rhone was going to be tough,” Schneider said in a statement obtained by Fox News Digital at the time.

Amy Schneider proposed to Genevieve Davis in February, shortly after her 40-game winning streak on "Danger!"

Amy Schneider proposed to Genevieve Davis in February, shortly after her 40-fight winning streak on “Jeopardy!”
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“I loved spending time with him. We had a great chat before the taping, but I could tell he was there to play and he was going to be good.”

She is also one of only four players to reach seven figures in regular season earnings.

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Jennings’ longest winning streak record was set in 2004 at 74. He earned over $2.5 million, an average of $33,000 per game.


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