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About Whatta Ya Think?!

Keep your memory sharp and enhance your brain power with the most mind-bending game show on television

Jeffrey Schmidt

Jeffrey Schmidt

Jeffrey Schmidt has performed on screen and stage for over 10 years. Most recently, he was seen in the Starz Network series “Crash” as the recurring character David Egan, and the Lifetime Movie Network’s series “Inspector Mom” as the recurring character, Dr. Korda.

“Prison Break” established him as a Season 2 “Fox Reporter.” Jeffrey is also the host (as well as technical advisor) for the nationally syndicated home improvement show, “Your House and Home.” Films include the award-winning shorts “Indefinitely” (Bare Ruined Films), “Interstate” (Innuendo Films) and “The Safety of Others” (Tooleybox Films). Jeffrey received great response for his lead role in “The Safety of Others,” which recently premiered at South by Southwest and AFI Dallas. Theatre patrons in the Dallas Metroplex will remember him from the wide variety of roles he has embodied on stages such as Theatre Three, WaterTower Theatre, Kitchen Dog Theatre and The Dallas Center.

In addition to working in the areas of film, commercial, and national print campaigns, Jeffrey has lent his voice talent to everything from corporate narration and radio spots to interactive games (most notably Gearbox’s “Brothers in Arms”). Jeffrey resides in Dallas and carves time between acting, directing and designing jobs for his many different hobbies and interests, especially exploring the great outdoors!

 

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Driving and Your Memory

Everyone has likely had a few adventures of getting lost while driving. But if you’re looking for ways to improve your track record, the first thing to do is eliminate... Watch Now
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Memorizing Phone Numbers

Short-term memory is a very tricky thing — some studies show short-term memory can basically only house seven memories at a time. In this episode, Jeffrey gives some tips on... Watch Now
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llness and Memory

If your body is fighting an infection, your memory can take a hit as well. If your senses aren’t up to par, your brain can have trouble categorizing and storing... Watch Now
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Remember More (With Music)

Though listening to music won’t help boost your memory, setting your thoughts to music will. Next time you’re trying to cram, try setting the information to the tune of one... Watch Now
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Scents Improve Memory

The area of the brain that controls smell is also responsible for memory, so it’s no surprise that associating thoughts with scents can lead to stronger memories. Studies have show... Watch Now