Mark L. Walberg

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Mark L. Walberg
Born Mark Lewis Walberg
(1962-08-31) August 31, 1962 (age 55)
Florence, South Carolina, U.S.
Occupation Actor, television personality, game show host
Years active 1990–present
Known for Antiques Roadshow Market Warriors
Spouse(s) Robbi Morgan (1987-present)

Mark Lewis Walberg (born August 31, 1962) is an American actor, television personality, and game show host. His television credits include Antiques Roadshow, as well as the game shows Russian Roulette on GSN and The Moment of Truth on Fox.


Walberg is on the board of directors of Goodwill Southern California and the board of managers of the Hollywood/Wilshire YMCA. He plays on the World Poker Tour in the Hollywood Home Games for the Goodwill Industries of Southern California (a charity he also played for on the game show Street Smarts, in which he won the game with $2 to Mark DeCarlo's $1, but he still got $1,000 for Goodwill Southern California; DeCarlo received $500 for the M.S. Society of America).

He was slated to host a game show adaptation of the popular board game Trivial Pursuit: America Plays beginning in fall 2008. Although he hosted the pilot, he was unable to get out of his Fox contract and was replaced by Christopher Knight when the series debuted.[1]

In 2010, Walberg hosted a series on CMT titled Your Chance to Dance.[2]

Walberg is currently the host of two television shows. In 2006, he joined the long-running PBS series, Antiques Roadshow. The Game Plane, the first game show which is shot on an airplane in flight, debuted on Discovery Family channel in 2014.[3]

In 2011, he made a cameo for West Coast Report for The 'Intervention' episode to help Jimmy Tatro come to terms with his 'Frattyness'.[4]

Walberg has also been a spokesperson for[5]

He is the current host of "The Price is Right, Live" traveling game show.



Year Television Role Notes
1990–1993 Teen Win, Lose or Draw Announcer First television exposure contract from Stone Stanley Entertainment
1991–1994 Shop 'til You Drop Announcer Sidekick to Pat Finn
1991-1992 USA Gonzo Games Host First show hosted-
1994 Free 4 All Host
1995-1996 The Mark Walberg Show [6] Host Self-titled talk show
1996-1998 The Big Date Host
2001-2003 Temptation Island Host
2002-2003 Russian Roulette Host Introduced as Mark L. Walberg
2003 Friend or Foe? Guest Host April Fools' Day stunt by GSN
2004 On the Cover Host
2006–present Antiques Roadshow Host Ongoing Host
2008-2009 The Moment of Truth Host
2009-2010 Make Me a Millionaire .[7][8] Host
2010 Your Chance To Dance Host
2012 Market Warriors Host
Year Title Role Notes
2004 I Want to Marry Ryan Banks Stan Television film


  1. ^ "Pursuing Trivia So I Can Be Smarter Than a 5th Grader" GameShowNewsNet. Retrieved 2016-12-20.
  2. ^ "IMDB: Your Chance To Dance"
  3. ^ Thompson, Paul (September 22, 2014). "New Airborne Game Show Hits The Airwaves". Jalopnik. Retrieved February 11, 2018. 
  4. ^ "West Coast Report: The Intervention" August 23, 2011
  5. ^ "“Reinventing the way you look at ancestry” October 5, 2016, GeneaBloggers. Retrieved 2016-12-20.
  6. ^ "The Mark Walberg Show" (1995)
  7. ^ "Commission Advisory, Videos of the Commission Meeting" Archived 2009-03-15 at the Wayback Machine. of December 3, 2008, Agenda Item 7E, California State Lottery.
  8. ^ California Lottery cancels 'Make Me a Millionaire' Archived 2010-05-08 at the Wayback Machine. May 5, 2010, Sacramento Bee.

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