Forbes Riley

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Forbes Riley (born April 25) is an American film, television actress, and TV host.[1] Her TV debut was with Bob Hope on NBC in the Miss Teenage America pageant.

Ms. Riley has appeared in various American television shows such as 24, The Pretender, and The Practice. Riley is also known for numerous appearances in infomercials including the Jack Lalanne's Power Juicer and for her own fitness product, the SpinGym.[2] She can also be seen live on HSN and QVC in London. Debuting in 2014 is her nationally televised talk show Forbes Living TV on WE channel.


  1. ^ "ACTRESS DIVERSITY? "SEARCH' AND YOU WILL FIND". Sacramento Bee. October 13, 1996. p. EN4. Retrieved 19 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Deggans, Eric (August 15, 2010). "Anthony 'Sully' Sullivan of 'Pitchmen' forges ahead without Billy Mays". Tampa Bay Times. Retrieved 19 July 2012. 

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