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Walk us through your incredible journey so far and tell us how it all began?

If there's one staple of American television, it's the game show. Vote up your favorites and of course, vote down any game shows you can't stand. We enjoy rooting for the contestants as they try to answer questions correctly, estimate prices of items (no going over, Price is Right players! Dating-based game shows have been popular for years, going back to Match Game, The Dating Game and The Newlywed Game.

Over the decades, TV game shows have evolved with the times. They're popular for a reason: People love to play along at home. ), wheel and deal with hosts to pick the best prizes (Let's Make a Deal) and navigate extremely tricky obstacle courses to win big money (Wipeout). Trivia game shows will forever be a favorite, as contestants try to answer questions correctly to win cash and prizes.

Today, some of them combine elements of reality televison, while others stick to their guns and keep their original formats. As far as prizes go, we've come a long way from buying that tacky ceramic Dalmatian on Wheel of Fortune.

She did proceed to Broadway in 1979 with They're Playing Our Song and then worked as a replacement in both Lost in Yonkers and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Longtime spouses and collaborators Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson are shown in character from the filmed rendition of their two-character play The Typists, all about a pair of employees who work side-by-side in an office for many years, revealing various funny, sad and thought-provoking moments along the way. Wallach in June at age ninety-eight, but Jackson is still going at eighty-seven. Earth II (1971) was a series pilot that intended to depict life at a space station and was to star Gary Lockwood (costar of 1968's blockbuster 2001: A Space Odyssey), but despite that (and a supporting cast that included everyone from Anthony Franciosa to Inga Swenson to Lew Ayres and more) it was not picked up.

If there's one staple of American television, it's the game show. Vote up your favorites and of course, vote down any game shows you can't stand. We enjoy rooting for the contestants as they try to answer questions correctly, estimate prices of items (no going over, Price is Right players! Dating-based game shows have been popular for years, going back to Match Game, The Dating Game and The Newlywed Game.

Over the decades, TV game shows have evolved with the times. They're popular for a reason: People love to play along at home. ), wheel and deal with hosts to pick the best prizes (Let's Make a Deal) and navigate extremely tricky obstacle courses to win big money (Wipeout). Trivia game shows will forever be a favorite, as contestants try to answer questions correctly to win cash and prizes.

Today, some of them combine elements of reality televison, while others stick to their guns and keep their original formats. As far as prizes go, we've come a long way from buying that tacky ceramic Dalmatian on Wheel of Fortune.

She did proceed to Broadway in 1979 with They're Playing Our Song and then worked as a replacement in both Lost in Yonkers and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Longtime spouses and collaborators Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson are shown in character from the filmed rendition of their two-character play The Typists, all about a pair of employees who work side-by-side in an office for many years, revealing various funny, sad and thought-provoking moments along the way. Wallach in June at age ninety-eight, but Jackson is still going at eighty-seven. Earth II (1971) was a series pilot that intended to depict life at a space station and was to star Gary Lockwood (costar of 1968's blockbuster 2001: A Space Odyssey), but despite that (and a supporting cast that included everyone from Anthony Franciosa to Inga Swenson to Lew Ayres and more) it was not picked up.

Raised in London and Nebraska, you spent many years as a competitive ice-skater, internationally published model and actress, gracing the pages of numerous print campaigns and acting in countless national television commercials.