Daniel Rosen

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Daniel Rosen
OccupationAnnouncer, comedian, juggler
Years active1986–present

Daniel Rosen is an American comedian, juggler and game show announcer. He began his career with unicycle, juggling and magic acts in high school. Johnny Carson discovered Rosen when he was a teen and made him a regular guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. This exposure and Carson's endorsement led him to be the announcer and writer on The Late Show, a talk show on Fox.[1]

Rosen's comedy has taken him on the road with Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Roseanne Barr, and Bette Midler. He also played the role of Eddie Greene on Nash Bridges and served as the musical director and announcer on David Strassman's eponymous UK talk show Strassman.

The producers of The Price Is Right asked Rosen to be one of several try-out announcers on the show after the death of Rod Roddy in 2003.[2] In addition, Rosen is one of the three announcers for The Price Is Right Live!, a live stage show based on the television game show and held at Harrah's casinos.

Rosen is also the founder and CEO of Credit Aid software.[3]


  1. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4oSumlH07I&feature=channel_video_title
  2. ^ "New Announcer To 'Come On Down' On 'The Price Is Right'". Wireless Flash News. 2003-12-29. Retrieved 2008-02-29.
  3. ^ http://www.danielrosen.org/

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