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Born: January 8, 1938 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Flint, Michigan, USA Profession:

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A genial television and radio personality with an innate knack for drawing outrageous responses from contestants, Bob Eubanks rose to national fame as the host of the bawdy "Newlywed Game" (ABC/syndicated/GSN, 1966-1974; 1977-1980; 1984; 1985-89; 1996-99; 2009- ). A former DJ at the top-rated Los Angeles rock station KRLA who brokered the Beatles' appearances at the Hollywood Bowl in 1964, Eubanks made a smooth transition to television in the late 1960s with the Chuck Barris-produced show, where his smooth delivery and bemused demeanor made it easy for nervous couples to divulge intimate details of their personal lives for cash. A Top 10 hit in its initial network run, and a perennial favorite in syndication, "The Newlywed Game" would keep Eubanks busy for over six decades while cultivating a career as one of television's most popular game show hosts on a variety of other series.

A genial television and radio personality with an innate knack for drawing outrageous responses from contestants, Bob Eubanks rose to national fame as the host of the bawdy "Newlywed Game" (ABC/syndicated/GSN, 1966-1974; 1977-1980; 1984; 1985-89; 1996-99; 2009- ). A former DJ at the top-rated Los Angeles rock station KRLA who brokered the Beatles' appearances at the Hollywood Bowl in 1964, Eubanks made a smooth transition to television in the late 1960s with the Chuck Barris-produced show, where his smooth delivery and bemused demeanor made it easy for nervous couples to divulge intimate details of their personal lives for cash. A Top 10 hit in its initial network run, and a perennial favorite in syndication, "The Newlywed Game" would keep Eubanks busy for over six decades while cultivating a career as one of television's most popular game show hosts on a variety of other series.

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 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) Ding-Dang-Dong Host
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 How I Got Into College (1989) Himself
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 Roger & Me (1989) Himself
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 Johnny Dangerously (1984) Emcee
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