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* Wayne Howell on ''{{Series/Concentration}}'' and the Miss America Pagent

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* Wayne Howell on ''{{Series/Concentration}}'' and the Miss America PagentPageant



* Charlie O'Donnell, the original announcer of ''Wheel of Fortune'' from 1975 to 1980, and again from 1989 to 2010. He was also heard on several other shows, most notably ''Series/AmericanBandstand'' and various [[Creator/JackBarry Barry and Enright]] series.

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* Charlie O'Donnell, the original announcer of ''Wheel of Fortune'' from 1975 to 1980, and again from 1989 to 2010. He was also heard on several other shows, most notably ''Series/AmericanBandstand'' and various [[Creator/JackBarry Barry and Enright]] series.series starting in 1981.



* Shadoe Stevens, who did double duty on the John Davidson version of ''Hollywood Squares'' as both announcer and panelist, and continued announcing ''Hollywood Squares'' into the Tom Bergeron version; now the TalkShow announcer on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

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* Shadoe Stevens, who did double duty on the John Davidson version of ''Hollywood Squares'' as both announcer and panelist, and continued announcing ''Hollywood Squares'' into the Tom Bergeron version; now also the TalkShow announcer on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.Ferguson and the official voice of Antenna TV



* Jim Thornton (''Wheel of Fortune'' after Charlie's death)
* Charlie Tuna (''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', after Jay Stewart left; also did ''[[Series/{{Battlestars}} The New Battlestars]]'' and ''Series/TimeMachine'')
* Randy West, who hasn't had too many prominent shows (the final few seasons of ''Series/SupermarketSweep'' excepted; he replaced Johnny Gilbert sometime after the show's move to PAX due to Gilbert's salary being considered too expensive for the bean counters at PAX) but is very well known for interacting in the fandom, and wrote a biography on Johnny Olson. He was also a contestant on several shows, including ''Series/PressYourLuck''.

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* Jim Thornton (''Wheel of Fortune'' after Charlie's Charlie O's death)
* Charlie Tuna (''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', after Jay Stewart left; also did ''[[Series/{{Battlestars}} The New Battlestars]]'' and ''Series/TimeMachine'')
''Series/TimeMachine''), also announced Alan Thicke's show ''Thicke of the Night''
* Randy West, who hasn't had too many prominent shows (the final few seasons of ''Series/SupermarketSweep'' excepted; being an exception; he replaced Johnny Gilbert sometime after the show's move to PAX due to Gilbert's salary being considered too expensive for the bean counters at PAX) but is very well known for interacting in the fandom, and wrote a biography on Johnny Olson. He was also a contestant on several shows, including ''Series/PressYourLuck''.''Series/PressYourLuck'', where he was the first to retire undefeated, the first to win a car, and the first to shout "Big Bucks, No Whammies".



* Gene Wood, another Goodson/Todman workhorse best known for ''Series/FamilyFeud'' and ''[[Series/{{Password}} Password (Plus/Super)]]''.

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* Gene Wood, another Goodson/Todman workhorse best known for ''Series/FamilyFeud'' ''Series/FamilyFeud'', most of the Tom Kennedy run of ''The Price is Right'' and ''[[Series/{{Password}} Password (Plus/Super)]]''.



* Ed [=McMahon=] of ''Series/TheTonightShow''

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* Ed [=McMahon=] of ''Series/TheTonightShow''''Series/TheTonightShow'', also hosted ''Star Search''

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* Wayne Howell on ''{{Series/Concentration}}'' and the Miss America Pagent


* Creator/GaryOwens on ''[[Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn Laugh-In]]''; he also hosted the first syndicated season of ''Series/TheGongShow''.

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* Creator/GaryOwens on ''[[Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn Laugh-In]]''; ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn''; he also hosted a short lived spinoff, ''Letters to Laugh-In'', as well as the first syndicated season of ''Series/TheGongShow''.


* Gene Baker, the original announcer for ''Series/QueenForADay'' during its run on Creator/{{NBC}}, having previously announced for the show during its original run on the radio on the Mutual Broadcasting System.



* John Harlan (''Series/{{Password}}'', ''Series/NameThatTune'', ''Series/CatchPhrase'', ''Series/Wipeout1988'' ''Series/AmericanGladiators'')

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* John Harlan (''Series/{{Password}}'', ''Series/NameThatTune'', ''Series/CatchPhrase'', ''Series/Wipeout1988'' ''Series/AmericanGladiators'')''Series/AmericanGladiators'', the Creator/{{ABC}} run of ''Series/QueenForADay'')



* Randy West, who hasn't had too many prominent shows (the final few seasons of ''Series/SupermarketSweep'' excepted; he replaced Johnny Gilbert) but is very well known for interacting in the fandom, and wrote a biography on Johnny Olson. He was also a contestant on several shows, including ''Series/PressYourLuck''.

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* Randy West, who hasn't had too many prominent shows (the final few seasons of ''Series/SupermarketSweep'' excepted; he replaced Johnny Gilbert) Gilbert sometime after the show's move to PAX due to Gilbert's salary being considered too expensive for the bean counters at PAX) but is very well known for interacting in the fandom, and wrote a biography on Johnny Olson. He was also a contestant on several shows, including ''Series/PressYourLuck''.


* John Harlan (''Series/{{Password}}'', ''NameThatTune'', ''Series/CatchPhrase'', ''Series/Wipeout1988'' ''Series/AmericanGladiators'')

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* John Harlan (''Series/{{Password}}'', ''NameThatTune'', ''Series/NameThatTune'', ''Series/CatchPhrase'', ''Series/Wipeout1988'' ''Series/AmericanGladiators'')


* Jimmy Kimmel of ''Series/WinBenSteinsMoney''

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* Jimmy Kimmel Creator/JimmyKimmel of ''Series/WinBenSteinsMoney''


* Burton Richardson (''The New Price Is Right'' [1994], ''Family Feud'' [1999-2010], ''Series/FamilyGameNight'' [2010-2012])

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* Burton Richardson (''The New Price Is Right'' [1994], ''Family Feud'' [1999-2010], ''To Tell the Truth'' [1990-91, 2000-01], ''Series/FamilyGameNight'' [2010-2012])
[2010-2012]) as well as ''Series/TheArsenioHallShow''.


* Kenny Williams, heard on ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' and most other MerrillHeatter/Bob Quigley shows.

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* Kenny Williams, heard on ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' and most other MerrillHeatter/Bob Creator/MerrillHeatter[=/=]Bob Quigley shows.


* Johnny Jacobs, announcer of most 1970s ChuckBarris series (''Series/TheGongShow'', ''Series/TreasureHuntUS''), as well as the CBS years of ''Series/TheJokersWild''.

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* Johnny Jacobs, announcer of most 1970s ChuckBarris Creator/ChuckBarris series (''Series/TheGongShow'', ''Series/TreasureHuntUS''), as well as the CBS years of ''Series/TheJokersWild''.


* Charlie O'Donnell, the original announcer of ''Wheel of Fortune'' from 1975 to 1980, and again from 1989 to 2010. He was also heard on several other shows, most notably ''AmericanBandstand'' and various [[Creator/JackBarry Barry and Enright]] series.

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* Charlie O'Donnell, the original announcer of ''Wheel of Fortune'' from 1975 to 1980, and again from 1989 to 2010. He was also heard on several other shows, most notably ''AmericanBandstand'' ''Series/AmericanBandstand'' and various [[Creator/JackBarry Barry and Enright]] series.


* Ed [=McMahon=] of ''TheTonightShow''

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* Ed [=McMahon=] of ''TheTonightShow''''Series/TheTonightShow''


* Creator/GaryOwens on ''[[RowanAndMartinsLaughIn Laugh-In]]''; he also hosted the first syndicated season of ''Series/TheGongShow''.

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* Creator/GaryOwens on ''[[RowanAndMartinsLaughIn ''[[Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn Laugh-In]]''; he also hosted the first syndicated season of ''Series/TheGongShow''.


* Harvey (John Harvey), best known for being Marc Summers' announcer on ''DoubleDare1986'' (and doing the same for ''History I.Q.'').

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* Harvey (John Harvey), best known for being Marc Summers' announcer on ''DoubleDare1986'' ''Series/{{Double Dare|1986}}'' (and doing the same for ''History I.Q.'').


* Jack Clark, announcer for ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' and the original host of ''Series/TheCrossWits''

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* Jack Clark, announcer for ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' and the original host of ''Series/TheCrossWits''''Series/TheCrossWits''; tended to both host and voice various Creator/BobStewart projects



* Johnny Gilbert, current announcer of ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', and the first announcer for the 1990s revival of ''Series/SupermarketSweep''.

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* Johnny Gilbert, current announcer of ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', and the first announcer for the 1990s revival of ''Series/SupermarketSweep''.''Series/SupermarketSweep''; also announced various other series, including ''Series/TheOneMillionChanceOfALifetime'' and much of the 1980s runs of ''Series/{{Pyramid}}''.



* John Harlan (''Series/{{Password}}'', ''NameThatTune'', ''Series/AmericanGladiators'')

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* John Harlan (''Series/{{Password}}'', ''NameThatTune'', ''Series/CatchPhrase'', ''Series/Wipeout1988'' ''Series/AmericanGladiators'')



* Charlie O'Donnell, the original announcer of ''Wheel of Fortune'' from 1975 to 1980, and again from 1989 to 2010. He was also heard on several other shows, most notably ''AmericanBandstand''.

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* Charlie O'Donnell, the original announcer of ''Wheel of Fortune'' from 1975 to 1980, and again from 1989 to 2010. He was also heard on several other shows, most notably ''AmericanBandstand''.''AmericanBandstand'' and various [[Creator/JackBarry Barry and Enright]] series.
* Johnny Jacobs, announcer of most 1970s ChuckBarris series (''Series/TheGongShow'', ''Series/TreasureHuntUS''), as well as the CBS years of ''Series/TheJokersWild''.



* Rod Roddy, heard on ''Series/PressYourLuck'' and ''The Price Is Right''. Came to prominence as the announcer on ''Series/{{Soap}}''.

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* Rod Roddy, heard on ''Series/PressYourLuck'' and ''The Price Is Right''. Came to prominence as the announcer on ''Series/{{Soap}}''.''Series/{{Soap}}''; also did the short-lived series ''Series/{{Whew}}'', ''Series/HitMan'' and ''Series/{{Battlestars}}''.



* Jay Stewart, the original announcer/TV tray carrier for ''Series/LetsMakeADeal''; he also announced for most of the 1980s run of ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury''.
** Creator/BrianCummings (season one) and Dean Goss (season two), the announcers/TV tray carriers for ''The All-New Let's Make a Deal''

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* Jay Stewart, the original announcer/TV tray carrier for ''Series/LetsMakeADeal''; he also announced for most of the 1980s run of ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury''.
''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'', and announced various Barry-Enright series in the late 70s.
** Creator/BrianCummings (season one) and Dean Goss (season two), the announcers/TV tray carriers for ''The All-New Let's Make a Deal''Deal''; Goss would also announce the 1987-88 revival of ''Series/HighRollers'' and was a substitute on ''Pyramid'',



* Charlie Tuna (''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', after Jay Stewart left; also did ''[[Series/{{Battlestars}} The New Battlestars]]'' and ''Time Machine'')

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* Charlie Tuna (''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', after Jay Stewart left; also did ''[[Series/{{Battlestars}} The New Battlestars]]'' and ''Time Machine'')''Series/TimeMachine'')



* Gene Wood, another Goodson/Todman workhorse best known for ''Series/FamilyFeud''.

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* Gene Wood, another Goodson/Todman workhorse best known for ''Series/FamilyFeud''.''Series/FamilyFeud'' and ''[[Series/{{Password}} Password (Plus/Super)]]''.



* Ed Hall, then "Stuttering" John Melendez on Leno-era ''Tonight Show''. Creator/WallyWingert announces ''TheJayLenoShow''.

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* Ed Hall, then "Stuttering" John Melendez on Leno-era ''Tonight Show''. Creator/WallyWingert announces ''TheJayLenoShow''.announced ''The Jay Leno Show''.



* Gary Owens on ''[[RowanAndMartinsLaughIn Laugh-In]]''.

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* Gary Owens Creator/GaryOwens on ''[[RowanAndMartinsLaughIn Laugh-In]]''.Laugh-In]]''; he also hosted the first syndicated season of ''Series/TheGongShow''.


* Johnny Gilbert, current announcer of ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}''

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* Johnny Gilbert, current announcer of ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}''''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'', and the first announcer for the 1990s revival of ''Series/SupermarketSweep''.



* Johnny Olson, whose voice is synonymous with Creator/MarkGoodson/Bill Todman productions (including ''The Price Is Right'')

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* Johnny Olson, whose voice is synonymous with Creator/MarkGoodson/Bill Todman productions (including ''The Price Is Right'')Right'' and ''Series/MatchGame'')



* Jay Stewart, the original announcer/TV tray carrier for ''Series/LetsMakeADeal''
** Brian Cummings (season one) and Dean Goss (season two), the announcers/TV tray carriers for ''The All-New Let's Make a Deal''

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* Jay Stewart, the original announcer/TV tray carrier for ''Series/LetsMakeADeal''
''Series/LetsMakeADeal''; he also announced for most of the 1980s run of ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury''.
** Brian Cummings Creator/BrianCummings (season one) and Dean Goss (season two), the announcers/TV tray carriers for ''The All-New Let's Make a Deal''



* Charlie Tuna (Series/{{Scrabble}})
* Randy West, who hasn't had too many prominent shows but is very well known for interacting in the fandom. He was also a contestant on several shows, including ''Series/PressYourLuck''.
* Kenny Williams, heard on ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' and most other MerrillHeatter/Bob Quigley shows
* Gene Wood, another Goodson/Todman workhorse best known for ''Series/FamilyFeud''
* Burton Richardson (''The New Price Is Right'' [1994], ''Family Feud'' [1999-2010])

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* Charlie Tuna (Series/{{Scrabble}})
(''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', after Jay Stewart left; also did ''[[Series/{{Battlestars}} The New Battlestars]]'' and ''Time Machine'')
* Randy West, who hasn't had too many prominent shows (the final few seasons of ''Series/SupermarketSweep'' excepted; he replaced Johnny Gilbert) but is very well known for interacting in the fandom.fandom, and wrote a biography on Johnny Olson. He was also a contestant on several shows, including ''Series/PressYourLuck''.
* Kenny Williams, heard on ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' and most other MerrillHeatter/Bob Quigley shows
shows.
* Gene Wood, another Goodson/Todman workhorse best known for ''Series/FamilyFeud''
''Series/FamilyFeud''.
* Burton Richardson (''The New Price Is Right'' [1994], ''Family Feud'' [1999-2010])
[1999-2010], ''Series/FamilyGameNight'' [2010-2012])



* Bill Wendell, associated with Creator/DavidLetterman; succeeded upon his death by Alan Kalter who has also worked on various game shows

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* Bill Wendell, associated with Creator/DavidLetterman; succeeded upon his death by Alan Kalter Kalter, who has also worked on various game showsshows and the Creator/USANetwork

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