Undercover Boss USA
About the Show
The American version of Undercover Boss shows high-flying executives taking extraordinary steps to ensure their companies are fighting fit by going undercover in their own businesses
Series 5 Summary
Series five of the programme in which top US executives don disguises to go undercover in their own companies to find out how well they are functioning.
Randy DeWitt, co-founder and CEO of sports bar and grill chain Twin Peaks, goes undercover posing as a contestant on a reality TV competition who wants to win money to start his own business
Steven Newman, CEO of Loehmann's department stores, goes undercover posing as an aspiring entrepreneur in a reality TV contest who is trying to win money to start up his own firm
Jane Grote Abell, Chairwoman of Donatos Pizza and daughter of the company's founder, goes undercover posing as a contestant on a reality TV show who is trying to win money to open her own restaurant
Anthony Wedo, President and CEO of buffet restaurant organisation Buffets Inc., poses as a construction worker taking part in a reality TV competition to win money to start up his own firm
Amit Kleinberger, CEO of frozen yogurt chain Menchie's, goes undercover in his own firm posing as a participant in a reality TV contest who is trying to win money to fund and develop a new business
Paul Quentel, President of Alfred Angelo, the second largest bridal retailer in the USA, goes undercover in his own company posing as a personal trainer who is competing in a reality TV show
Mike Bloom, President and COO of discount retail chain Family Dollar, dons a disguise to go incognito among his own staff to see where the firm is excelling and where it needs improvement.
Travis Boersma, co-founder and President of Dutch Bros., the largest privately owned drive-through coffee shop chain in the USA, goes undercover posing as a reality TV show contestant
Ex-undercover boss Eric Casaburi brings together six former participants in the series who were either 'busted', 'nearly busted' or 'self-busted' while working in disguise among their own employees
Shane Evans is COO of Massage Heights, one of the biggest massage therapy chains in America. She goes undercover posing as a participant in a reality TV contest trying to win money for the business.
Bruce 'Two Dogs' Bozsum, Chairman of the Board of Mohegan Sun, a Native American gaming and entertainment empire owned and operated by the Mohegan tribe of Connecticut, goes undercover
Joe DiDomizio, President and CEO of Hudson Group, a travel retailer that operates newsstands, bookshops and cafés in transportation terminals, goes incognito among his own employees
Greg Miller, CEO of the Larry H Miller Group of Companies and co-owner of the Utah Jazz, goes undercover as a competitor in a reality television contest who is aiming to win a dream job
Former undercover bosses Amit Kleinberger, Randy DeWitt and Steve Greenbaum take another look inside their firms by sending employees Jenny, Marissa and Belton undercover in their place
Jeff Platt, President and CEO of entertainment and fitness business Sky Zone, a chain of indoor trampoline parks, goes undercover in his own company posing as a contestant on a reality TV competition
Undercover Boss USA synopsis
The American version of Undercover Boss shows high-flying executives taking extraordinary steps to ensure their companies are fighting fit by going undercover in their own businessesEpisode Guide >