Actor and versatile voiceover artist, Mark DeCarlo is perhaps best known for lending his voice to the character of Hugh Neutron in the hit television show "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius". Prior to his work on "Jimmy Neutron", DeCarlo was the host of the Travel Channel's "Taste of America with Mark DeCarlo" in 2004 and 2005. He was also known for hosting the '90s dating game show "Studs", which required contestants to go on a date and then answer a series of questions to determine whether they would win a chance at another date at a location of their choice. The show was popular, if short-lived, and remains a cultural point of reference for Generation X-ers. The series ran in syndication from 1991 to 1993. The Chicago native has a number of other television and film projects on his resume, and his voice has been featured in several episodes of series like "Family Guy" and "Back at the Barnyard" as well as the animated feature "The Ant Bully", directed by John. A Davis. Before he reached stardom in the world of entertainment, DeCarlo was featured on game show "The Sale of the Century" in 1985 and won the lot for $115,257 in the Winner's Board format.