Tommy Habeeb

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Tommy Habeeb
Born (1958-04-22) April 22, 1958 (age 60)
OccupationTelevision host, television producer
Height6 ft 2 in (188 cm)


Thomas L. Habeeb (born April 22, 1958), also known as Tommy Habeeb and Tommy Grand, is an American television host best known for hosting the reality TV show Cheaters. He hosts uncensored pay-per-view specials of Cheaters on Events iN Demand. He is host and executive producer of reality show STAG, which airs on Events iN Demand.

Personal Life[edit]

Habeeb is married and has 3 children.

He attended UCLA.

Career[edit]

Habeeb worked on films and television shows before rising to stardom on Cheaters, which made its debut in 2000.

Habeeb produced the first 33 episodes and hosted the first 42 episodes of Cheaters. In addition, Habeeb produced the television broadcast for a number of live sports programs: Art of War Undisputed Arena Fighting Championship[1] for HDNET and Champs Boxing[2] for Telfutura. Habeeb also produced An Eye for an Eye and the series The Big Big Show, which starred Andrew Dice Clay, Tara Reid, and Tom Green.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Host[edit]

Producer[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Art Of War Parts Ways With HDNet And The Latest MMA News". Bloody Elbow. 2007-10-29. Retrieved 2018-02-27.
  2. ^ Champs Boxing, Rogelio Barron, Luis Alonzo, Juan Carlos Aranday, retrieved 2018-02-27
  3. ^ "Cheaters' Tommy Habeeb looks for more TV success with The Big Big Show". CultureMap Dallas. Retrieved 2018-02-27.
  4. ^ Beer, Babes & Movies, Jacques Buckingham, Larry Clem, Tommy Habeeb, retrieved 2018-02-27
  5. ^ Billionaires Car Club, Andrew Firestone, Bob Smith, retrieved 2018-02-27
  6. ^ Sheehan, Michael (2007-09-01), Art of War 3, Tommy Habeeb, Mauro Ranallo, Frank Trigg, retrieved 2018-02-27
  7. ^ Champs Boxing (TV Series 2003), retrieved 2018-02-27

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