The Truth About Sugar Rush Host Hunter March

It's a funny feeling to realize you've watched someone on Netflix for hours, and you know nothing about their life, or how they got to be on your television in the first place. Hunter March is the host of the hit baking competition show Sugar Rush on Netflix but he — like every other person on earth — has a life outside of work, and it's certainly not a boring one. March was born in California with stars in his eyes, and headed to where the stars are born, sunny L.A (via Distractify). 

March started as an intern at AwesomenessTV in 2012 where he did classic tasks like coffee-fetching, but it only lasted three days. In less than a week, March was a producer. He grew quickly in his role and is now the face of the very popular YouTube channel. If you aren't familiar, the channel puts out daily videos from their various reality-esque series, as well as blips about the latest celebrity gossip. March is clearly a busy guy (via Hunter March).

Hunter March is the ultimate host

By 2018, March had established himself as someone who knew a thing or two about celebrities' lives, and landed a position at E! as a late-night talk show co-host for Nightly Pop. The show essentially consists of March and his two co-hosts — Morgan Stewart and Nina Parker — giving viewers a breakdown of the most recent celebrity news stories, and sharing their raw (and hilarious) thoughts on what's going on in the lives of the pop-culture elite (via NBC).

Apparently March thought hosting and producing up to ten videos a week for AwesomenessTV, co-presenting a late-night talk show, and hosting a hit baking series wasn't enough for us, so he put together a book. His resume is getting more impressive by the minute as March is the author of a collaborative publication of relatable stories from his friends called TBHBecause he has made a career out of chatting with people about their own lives and being fairly transparent about his, it only makes sense that a book of this style would come naturally to him. The book covers creators' real lives in a way you won't see online (via Books a Million).

Hunter March's grandpa was a host

So obviously March is crazy-successful and you might be wondering what special-something got him here. Although it's hard to put a finger on the source of his hosting genius, some might say it could just be in his blood. March is the grandson of Hal March who hosted a '50s game show called The $64,000 Question. They never even met so if we were going to raise the "nature vs. nurture" question it's pretty obvious that hosting is in his genes.

Host of a Netflix baking show, an E! program, author, and Youtube personality; it seems like March has done it all but, he's still trying to reach some unique goals. It's easy to assume every celebrity wants a star on the Hollywood Walk of Stars, and March is no different. Apparently he'd like to have a star next to his grandpa some day (via TV Over Mind).