These game show personalities were all born during the month of October.
Groucho Marx, 1890 - Marx was the host of You Bet Your Life, both on radio and on television, from 1947 until 1961.
Mike Adamle, 1949 - Adamle co-hosted the original version of American Gladiators from 1989 to 1996.
Greg Proops, 1959 - Proops has hosted a handful of game shows, including VS., Rendez-View, and Head Games.
Allen Ludden, 1917 - Ludden hosted Liar's Club, Win With the Stars, Stumpers!, and most famously, various versions of Password.
Fred Travalena, 1942 - Travalena hosted Anything for Money from 1984-85.
John O'Hurley, 1954 - After hosting a reboot of To Tell the Truth for two years, O'Hurley hosted Family Feud from 2006 to 2010.
Susan Stafford, 1945 - Stafford is best known to game show fans as the original letter-turner on Wheel of Fortune.
Billy Bush, 1971 - Bush hosted a short-lived remake of Let's Make a Deal in 2003.
Jan Murray, 1916 - Murray hosted Blind Date (1953), Treasure Hunt, and Chain Letter, among others.
David Ruprecht, 1948 - Ruprecht was the host of Supermarket Sweep.
Art James, 1929 - Art James worked as a game show announcer on many shows, but is best known for hosting games such as Pay Cards and The Who, What, or Where Game.
Arlene Francis, 1907 - Francis hosted a radio/TV game show called Blind Date before becoming a popular panelist on What's My Line? for 17 years.
Gene Wood, 1925 - Wood was a popular game show announcer whose work appears on Beat the Clock, Password, Card Sharks, and several GSN shows.
Johnny Carson, 1925 - Carson hosted Earn Your Vacation and Who Do You Trust? before moving on to late night talk show fame.
JD Roberto, 1969 - Roberto has hosted a handful of game shows including Shop 'Til You Drop.
Cat Deeley, 1976 - Deeley hosted 20Q on GSN and appeared as a guest host on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in 2009.
Doug Davidson, 1954 - Davidson hosted the short-run spinoff The New Price is Right in 1994.
Pat Sajak, 1946 - Pat Sajak has hosted Wheel of Fortune since 1981.
Ben Bailey, 1970 - Ben Bailey hosts Cash Cab.
Mike O'Malley, 1966 - O'Malley hosted the Nickelodeon game shows Get the Picture and GUTS.