Learn more about your favorite game show hosts by visiting their websites! Most hosts have lots more going on in their lives than just the game shows themselves, and you can keep up to date with what they're up to by visiting their sites and signing up for their mailing lists. Check out these great websites that belong to popular game show hosts.
Where no official site exists, I've included MySpace pages or blogs. If you know of other official sites, please feel free to send me a link!
Mandel is the beloved and bald host of Deal or no Deal, but he's also a successful comedian and actor. Sign up for his mailing list, play "Whack-A-Howie," or check out his blog. His animated series Bobby's World is available on DVD here as well.
Jeff Foxworthy hosts Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?, and is one of the most successful comedians on the planet. At his website you can listen to comedy clips, send your own Redneck E-Cards, or sign up to play Time Machine Trivia with him on The Foxworthy Countdown. Make sure you mouse over all the links on the left to hear his voiceovers!
Wayne Brady is the energetic host of Don't Forget the Lyrics, but he's also a funny, funny man. His official website features news and appearances that are updated frequently, as well as a photo gallery and message board for fans. You can sign up for his community and get news and tour schedules sent right to your inbox.
Pat Sajak isn't only the host of Wheel of Fortune! He also has a production company, runs Pat Sajak Games, and co-owns BoJak Records. To find out what's going on in Sajak's life, check out the "What's Up With Pat" section or "Sajak Says," where he writes about all kinds of subjects, from baseball to politics.
Bob Saget hosts 1 vs. 100, and from his squeaky-clean image you'd never guess what a cool website he has. The homepage graphic of a silhouetted cigar-smoking Saget alone is worth the visit. But don't stop there – you can also sign up for the mailing list, read Bob's blog, and find out where he'll be appearing next.
Drew Carey is busy hosting two shows – The Price is Right and Power of 10. Since he's busy flying back and forth between New York City and Los Angeles for tapings, it's no surprise that his MySpace page isn't updated all that frequently. If you're on MySpace, however, why not add Drew as a friend?
Fatone was a member of the boy band N'Sync, and he also made a huge splash on Dancing With the Stars. Now he's hosting The Singing Bee and he couldn't be more in demand. Check out his MySpace page for updates on where he'll be and what he's doing.
This is Meredith Vieira's blog, which she updates with dependable frequency. Vieira is the host of the ever-popular Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, but her blog focuses more on her journalism and hosting The Today Show on NBC.