Jan. 8th, 1938
Flint, Michigan, USA
Bob Eubanks' Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2002 - Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
1992 - Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
1989 - How I Got Into College
1989 - Roger & Me
1984 - Johnny Dangerously
Guest TV Roles
Emcee - Himself
- Was the second choice to host the revamp version of _"Card Sharks" (1978)_ (qv) for CBS, when fellow game show host, 'Jim Perry (II)' (qv) who was 'Mark Goodson (I)' (qv)'s first choice to host the show, a second time, when he was already under contract with NBC, hosting the immensely-popular game show _"Sale of the Century" (1983)_ (qv).
- When he was growing up, he enjoyed listening to music the most. At least two singers named him as Eubanks's favorite childhood radio heroes were: 'Doc Watson (I)' (qv) and 'Frank Sinatra' (qv).
- Has the distinction of hosting two longest-running game shows in television history for almost 35 years, 1 in front of 'Alex Trebek' (qv), and 2 behind 'Bob Barker (I)' (qv) and 'Wink Martindale' (qv). He hosted _"The Newlywed Game" (1966)_ (qv), for more than 30 years, in between ABC and syndication, and _"Card Sharks" (1978)_ (qv), for 4 1/2 seasons on CBS.
- Has been a commentator of the Tournament of Roses Parade for L.A. television station KTLA from 1978 to present.
- Has hosted 4 different versions of The Newlywed Game in as many decades
- He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Television at 6712 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
- Sub-hosted for Casey Kasem on "American Top 40" twice -- January 9, 1982 and April 16, 1983.
- Worked with game show announcer 'Bob Hilton' (qv) on 3 game shows: _"Trivia Trap" (1984)_ (qv), _"The New Newlywed Game" (1984)_ (qv) and the second incarnation of _"Card Sharks" (1978)_ (qv).
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