She was born on December 18, 1974, and went to high school in Los Gatos, California.
From there she went to San Francisco State University, and graduated in 1998 with a degree in film and sculpture.
"There were negotiations, and based on those negotiations, they opted out. The show sees the duo use scientific methods to prove or disprove rumors, myths, movie situations and more. Savage said that seeing Belleci, Byron and Imahara leave was disappointing and sad, but expressed continued enthusiasm for his work and upcoming seasons.
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.
, which ended this spring after just over a decade on air.
Alongside Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara, she helped test out some of the crazier myths the show examined.
A San Francisco native, Byron, 34, ended up on the show as somewhat of an accident.
These days, she’s on the Travel Channel, working with Belleci on , a show that examines the scientific side of some of the world’s rollercoasters and other amusements.I thought no one would see this because it was just a silly little cable show. My uncle has said it’s been translated in Spanish, Chinese and seen as far as Costa Rica.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."Myth Busters" fan-favorites Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara are leaving the series after ten years, the show's hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman announced on last night's episode. "From explosions to car crashes to even more explosions, this trio has helped shape 'Myth Busters' into the Emmy-nominated series it is today. " Savage and Hyneman will resume as the show's only hosts for the 2015 season.The axed trio took to Twitter saying the Discovery Channel show had decided to take a "new direction." "I guess you guys are finding out the news right about now. Everyone at Discovery wants to thank them for their tireless work busting almost 1000 myths, and we wish them all the best on their future endeavors." There appears to be no hard feelings between the show and its former stars. Thank you." "Thanks @Myth Busters for allowing us to teach science in a whole new way," Grant tweeted.