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Robert Leland Eubanks (b. January 8 1938, Flint, Michigan) is an American radio and television personality.
He is best known for hosting the game show The Newlywed Game on and off from 1966 to 2000. He also hosted other game shows such as Dream House and Card Sharks. In recent years, he has hosted or co-hosted all five of NBC's Most Outrageous Game Show Moments specials.
Prior to entering game shows, Eubanks was a popular radio DJ at station KRLA in Los Angeles as well as a music promoter and manager, and he was responsible for bringing The Beatles to Los Angeles for their first West Coast performances in 1964 (mortgaging his house to do so), all of which originated from the famed Hollywood Bowl, with fellow KRLA DJs Dave Hull and Reb Foster joining Eubanks in introducing them. He also operated the Cinnamon Cinder Club () on Ventura Boulevard in Studio City, California.
His autobiography, It's in the Book, Bob (ISBN 1-932100-28-8), was published in 2004. He has also hosted the Tournament of Roses Parade on Los Angeles television channel KTLA with Stephanie Edwards since 1978.
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