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

His ‘Brain Games’ began at Miami Palmetto High

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