Jan. 8th, 1938
Flint, Michigan, USA
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- 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).
- Was one of the youngest emcees ever to began hosting game shows at age 28, 'Ryan Seacrest' (qv) and 'J.D. Roth' (qv) both started hosting game shows at age 20.
- Graduated from Pasadena High School in Pasadena, California, in 1955.
- Executive Producer of Hill-Eubanks Productions from 1979 to 1992.
- 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).
- Before he was a game show host, he was an entertainment promoter and manager at KRLA 1110 in Los Angeles, California, from 1960 to 1968.
- 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).
- He was influenced by: 'Cary Grant' (qv), 'Howard Hughes (I)' (qv), 'Buddy Hackett' (qv), and 'Bill Cullen (I)' (qv), who was his favorite game show host.
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