Once she moved to television, she hosted The Ann Colone Show, a noontime homemaker show on WANE-TV. The show began as a half-hour show, but grew to an hour, then to an hour and a half. She interviewed numerous and various celebrities of the time such as Lucille Ball, Bob Hope, and The Rolling Stones. The show was local but a great hit and was a precursor to The Johnny Carson Show. She was also a well known star in many local plays for years. Ann also hosted a show similar to American Bandstand.
Colone died on June 12, 2007, at the age of 77.
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