Who Is Rohan Kapileshwari From Jeopardy? His Wiki & Personal Life Details

Rohan Kapileshwari is a Senior at the University of Texas at Austin. He will make another appearance on the quiz game show Jeopardy! on its first-ever High School Reunion Tournament.

A native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, he will appear on Monday’s episode on 27 February 2023. There, he will compete alongside Claire Sattler, a Senior at Yale University, and Rhea Sinha, a Cornell University Graduate.

Well, 27 former high school students will feature in the 14-day tournament. Moreover, the winner will get a cash prize of $100,000 and earn a spot in the Tournament of Champions.

Kapileshwari competed on Jeopardy! Teen Tournament as a high school student in 2018. He was a wildcard semifinalist and won $10,000.

Get to know Jeopardy contestant Rohan Kapileshwari’s age, wiki, family, ethnicity, high school, college, and details here.

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Rohan Kapileshwari Age, Wiki & Bio

Kapileshwari is in his early 20s. He was 17 years old when he competed on Jeopardy! Teen Tournament in 2018.

While competing in Teen Tournament, he was an Army JROTC cadet and was at JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl in Washington. Since high school, he was involved in extracurricular activities and used to participate in quiz-type tournaments.

Rohan has a good sense of humor. He runs an Instagram page named Rohan Kapileshwari’s Finsta, where he shares memes. Moreover, he loves to listen to podcasts and read books.

Rohan Kapileshwari Family Background & Ethnicity

Rohan was born to parents Rajesh Kapileshwari and Stephanie Pellet in Austin, Texas. Rajesh is a mechanical engineer by profession who is a Principal at Ethos Engineering.

Moreover, his mother Stephaine is a professor of French linguistics at Wake Forest University. He was five years old when he moved with his family to Winston-Salem in North Carolina.

Kapileshwari belongs to a mixed ethnicity. His father is of Indian heritage and his mother is from the United States.

An eldest of two sons, he has a brother named Kiran Kapileshwari. Kiran also attends Atkins High School and is involved in environment-related debate programs. Moreover, he received the Young Environmentalist Award from the Piedmont Environmental Alliance in 2019.

Rohan Kapileshwari High School & College

Kapileshwari attended Atkins High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. There, he began competing in the Science Olympiad when he was in the 6th grade.

After graduating in 2019, he went to