Robb Weller

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Robb Weller (born September 27, 1949) is an American game show host and television personality and producer (Weller/Grossman Productions).[1]

He hosted Entertainment Tonight from 1984 to 1986, and was known as the host of advertorial segments mainly featuring films from Disney's Buena Vista film labels such as Hollywood Pictures and Touchstone Pictures throughout the 1990s. He currently appears as the co-anchor of FOX 11 Sunday Morning News with Gina Silva at KTTV in Los Angeles. He previously co-hosted the former Sunday edition of Good Day L.A. with Nischelle Turner and Elizabeth Espinosa, and hosted the first season of The Home Show on ABC and the syndicated version of Win, Lose or Draw from 1989 to 1990. He also hosted the local talk shows Celebration! for Warner Cable's innovative QUBE system in Columbus, Ohio, and WLS-TV's AM Chicago, which Oprah Winfrey would eventually take over and turn into her nationally syndicated series.[1] Currently, Weller hosts "Hollywood Headliners" on UBN Radio. The network also broadcasts "Kanan's Rules" with Sean Kanan, "The Dr. Shirley and Steve Show" hosted by Dr. Shirley Impellizzeri and Steve Rohr and "Animal Magnetism" with Carolyn Hennesy.[2]

Weller's uncle was famed narrator, announcer and voice actor Art Gilmore.[3]

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Preceded by
Mary Hart with Ron Hendren
Host of Entertainment Tonight with Mary Hart
1984–1986
Succeeded by
Mary Hart with John Tesh