After a decade of the Myth Busters, we are no longer with the show. I am sad for an ending but there will be exciting new adventures for us.''From explosions to car crashes to even more explosions, this trio has helped shape Myth Busters into the Emmy-nominated series it is today.Host Adam Savage and executive producer Dan Tapster revealed as much in an interview with Entertainment Weekly published Friday.Belleci and Byron joined the show in 2004, and Imahara in 2005, and announced they would be departing the program in August.Belleci, Byron and Imahara comprised "The Build Team" and generally performed their experiments separately. "I don't like to disappoint the fans," he said of his co-hosts' departure. She graduated from Los Gatos High School in Los Gatos, California and studied at San Francisco State University, graduating magna cum laude in May 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in film and sculpture.
Didn’t know it would end up being the first thing you see when you Google my name six years later. I get emails from everywhere from Prague to Botswana. The cool thing about this job is we get to take on these little strange questions and investigate them to the fullest extent.
At the end of Thursday night's edition, co-hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman announced that fan favourites Kari Byron, 39, Tory Belleci, 43, and Grant Imahara, 43, would not be returning for season 17.
Kari posted five tweets, saying: 'I guess you guys are finding out the news right about now.
This Build Team worked with Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman to test the plausibility of various myths throughout their tenure with the show. She became involved in the show after persistently showing up at Hyneman's M5 Industries workshop in a desire to get hired by his company.
She and the other Build Team members were given a more prominent role beginning with the show's second season.