Pat Bullard

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Patrick "Pat" Bullard (born February 6, 1959) is a Canadian television writer and comedian.


Born in Mississauga, Ontario, Bullard wrote for such sitcoms as Roseanne; Reba; Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place; and Grace Under Fire. He has made guest appearances on Reba, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, and other shows.

He hosted four game shows: Baloney, Hold Everything, Love Connection (1998–1999) and Card Sharks (2001); as well as his eponymous talk show, The Pat Bullard Show (1996). He hosted the reality show Here Come the Newlyweds on ABC (2008-09).


He is the brother of Mike Bullard and appeared on his brother's show, Open Mike with Mike Bullard, during the first New Years' Eve special.[citation needed] He is married and has 4 children.

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Preceded by
Chuck Woolery
Host, Love Connection
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Bob Eubanks (daytime) and Bill Rafferty (nighttime)
Host, Card Sharks
Succeeded by