MIAMI GUY: Jerry Kolber, 42, creator and executive producer of the Emmy-nominated show ‘Brain Games,’ which appears on both the National Geographic channel and Fox, at his family's home in Miami.
MIAMI GUY: Jerry Kolber, 42, creator and executive producer of the Emmy-nominated show ‘Brain Games,’ which appears on both the National Geographic channel and Fox, at his family's home in Miami. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
MIAMI GUY: Jerry Kolber, 42, creator and executive producer of the Emmy-nominated show ‘Brain Games,’ which appears on both the National Geographic channel and Fox, at his family's home in Miami. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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