Lisa Canning

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Lisa Canning
Born (1966-11-07) November 7, 1966 (age 54)
OccupationTV/Radio personality
Years active1989—present
Spouse(s)Harold Austin

Lisa Canning (born November 7, 1966) is a Virgin Islander American television and radio hostess and correspondent.

She is married to Harold Austin and lives in Los Angeles, California.[citation needed]


Her credits include Entertainment Tonight from 1996–1999,[1][2] co-host of "Knights and Warriors", the first season of Dancing with the Stars, Beyond With James Van Praagh (as the backstage interviewer/skeptic), and the Pax show Destination Stardom.[3]

As an actress, Canning appeared in small roles in the feature films Scream,[2] Intermission, and The Day After Tomorrow. She has acted on the television soap operas General Hospital[2] and The Young and the Restless.




  1. ^ Lavin, Cheryl (9 March 1997). Fast Track - Lisa Canning, Chicago Tribune
  2. ^ a b c d e (12 July 1999). ‘ET’ releases three reporters, Variety
  3. ^ Littleton, Cynthia (4 August 1999). Canning attains 'stardom', Variety
  4. ^ Lipton, Lauren (16 February 1991). Lisa Canning Plays Deejay by Day, Rick Dees' Sidekick by Late Night, Los Angeles Times
  5. ^ Adalian, Josef (29 December 2005). New co-host cutting in on next ‘Stars’, Variety

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Preceded by
New show
Co-Host of Dancing with the Stars
Succeeded by
Samantha Harris