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 Year's Eve special.[citation needed] He is married and has 4 children.

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