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Chuck Woolery (born Charles Herbert Woolery on March 16, 1941 in Ashland, KY) is a former American Game Show Host, Singer, Actor and Talk Show Host. Navy and after returning to civilian life, he worked as a wine consultant for Wasserstrom Wine & Import Company in Columbus, Ohio.He is best known to game show audiences for his hosting stints on Wheel of Fortune (original host, 1975-1981), Love Connection (1983-1995), Scrabble (1984-1990, 1994), Greed (1998-2000) and Lingo (2002-2007). He was also a sales representative for the Pillsbury Company.After seven years as host of Wheel of Fortune (with the exception of a one week absence in 1980, Alex Trebek filled in for him), Chuck hosted his last episode on December 25, 1981 and on the following Monday, he was replaced with former TV weatherman Pat Sajak (who continues to host the show to this date).Susan Stafford remained onboard as the letter-turner but ten months into Pat's tenure, she parted ways with the show and was eventually replaced by Vanna White (who also continues co-hosting with Sajak today).From 1997 to 1999, he hosted a revival of the classic game show The Dating Game, followed by Greed from 1999 to 2000 and the GSN original Lingo from 2002-2007.Chuck also hosted a short-lived talk show titled The Chuck Woolery Show in the early 1990s followed by a hosting stint on The Home and Family Show with Christina Ferrare from 1996 to 1998.
With co-host Mark Young, Woolery expands on his political ideals and current events, often inviting guest experts to join the conversation.
Upon learning this, Merv became furious and threatened to take Wheel of Fortune to CBS.
NBC withdrew the offer and Chuck was stripped of his hosting duties.
Two minutes and two seconds was the standard length of a commercial break.
Today, Woolery currently hosts (or has hosted) of a nationally syndicated radio commentary show titled Save Us Chuck Woolery, which began in 2012, grown out of his You Tube videos.