Dating game show of the 1990s
Over the years he would also host short-lived game shows like ' The Family Game' (for game show genius Chuck Barris) and ' Simon Says.' An animal rights activist, he would always end an episode of ' The Price is Right' by encouraging viewers to get their pets spayed and neutered.
Now: Barker retired from ' The Price is Right' in 2007 and passed the hosting duties on to Drew Carey.
He continues to donate money to animal rights organizations.The host also found a welcome spot at the Food Network, where he hosted ' Unwrapped' and the first season of ' The Next Food Network Star,' and produces the shows ' Restaurant: Impossible' and ' Dinner: Impossible.' In 2012, Summers' face was badly injured in a car accident in Philadelphia, but he recovered and you can see his post-recovery photo above.Then: In 1966, music producer and radio personality Bob Eubanks received a call from Chuck Barris to host a brand new game show called ' The Newlywed Game.' The show became an instant classic, and Eubanks hosted various iterations of the show throughout the 70s, 80s, and 90s.Martindale has appeared in various television commercials, but is mostly retired.Then: In the 90s, MTV premiered their own edgy, modern take on dating game shows: ' Singled Out' was hosted by Chris Hardwick (with Jenny Mc Carthy as raunchy sidekick). Now: Hardwick is the host of The Nerdist Podcast, as well as ' Talking Dead' and ' Talking Bad' on AMC.