Tom Bergeron Biography, Age, Height, Daughters, Net Worth, Afv, Movies, Shows and House

Tom Bergeron (Thomas “Tom” Bergeron) is an American television personality, comedian, and game show host. He is well known to have remained with the ABC network America’s Funniest Home Videos and Dancing with the Stars.

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Tom Bergeron Biography

Tom Bergeron (Thomas “Tom” Bergeron) is an American television personality, comedian, and game show host. He is well known to have remained with the ABC network America’s Funniest Home Videos and Dancing with the Stars.

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Tom Bergeron Age

Bergeron was born on 6th of May 1955 in Haverhill, Massachusetts, He is 63 years old as of 2018.

Tom Bergeron Height

Tom stands at a height of 1.75m

Tom Bergeron Family | Young

He was born the son of the late Kay and Ray Bergeron. He bares the French-Canadian and Irish descent. There is no much information about his family background.

Tom Bergeron Wife

He married his longtime girlfriend Lois Bergeron in 1982. The has been for more than three decades now and there is no sign of divorce or separation. Tom as well rarely makes a public appearance with his wife.

Tom Bergeron Children | Daughters

The pair has been blessed with two daughters namely: Jessica and Samantha Bergeron. The pair is seen as a loving and caring for their daughters and does not play with family matters.

Tom Bergeron Education

There is no information about his educational background.

Tom Bergeron Career

Tom began his career on television was as host of a local game show on New Hampshire Public Television (produced at NHPTV flagship station WENH-TV). He later relocated to the Boston market in February 1982, he as well joined the WBZ-TV as a general on-air personality. His played the roles at the station included being a contributor on Evening Magazine, and landing the hosting spot on Lottery Live, the nightly drawings of the Massachusetts lottery games. By January 1987, while still functioning in these roles, Bergeron added People Are Talking to his duties. He replaced former hosts Nancy Merrill and Buzz Luttrell on the early afternoon talk show and gained even more popularity with this role.

He became a solid figure in Boston television and WBZ where he continued to capitalize on his talents by featuring him on on WBZ Radio. It was there he had an early-morning radio show called The Tom Bergeron Show. When People Are Talking ended a successful 13-year run in June 1993, Bergeron remained on WBZ-TV as commentator and lifestyle reporter for the station’s expanded hour-long noon newscast.

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Bergeron later left WBZ and he was later got hired by the new FX cable network to co-host a morning talk show for them, called Breakfast Time. He hosted with Laurie Hibberd, the show later became quite successful on the upstart cable network, prompting the Fox broadcast network to pick it up two years later. By the time at the time, the cable system in his hometown of Haverhill didn’t carry FX, leading to a long running and ultimately failed public campaign to get them to pick up the channel or at the very least to locally syndicate the program. In September 1996 it became Fox After Breakfast, since it aired later in the morning than the other network’s morning programs.

The show later show ran for one year on Fox and it became The Vicki Lawrence Show after a number of cast changes. Despite of the show being repeated erroneous entries here, He never played an aging Carol Burnett character in drag. He then got was signed to a contract with ABC News as guest host to Good Morning America. After Charles Gibson left the show, Bergeron was seriously considered as a permanent replacement, but that job went to Kevin Newman.

In 1998 he had one of  best-known jobs was the host of Hollywood Squares. He later got nominated for 5 Emmys and in 2000, he as well won his first and only Emmy. After the Squares ended its six-year-run in 2004, he later continued hosting America’s Funniest Home Videos.He was later featured twice on Star Trek: Enterprise as an alien trader named D’Marr and as a Coridan Ambassador. He as well got featured in an episode of The Nanny in 1998. In 2005, he began hosting the ABC reality series Dancing with the Stars, for ABC Television Network, with ex-reporter Lisa Canning before Samantha Harris. Bergeron’s tenure for his show proved to be a hit, airing in over 90 countries, which makes him a big star, for the third time.

Tom Bergeron Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $16 million also mkaes makes $150 thousand for each episodes of Dancing with the Stars.

Tom Bergeron Afv

He was featuref in Bergeron married ‘Lois Harmon’ in 1982 (Afv), based on Crotch kicks, anyone? Amateur videographers in the U.S. submit ones of their kids, pets, friends and families in funny situations often embarrassing with the hope of winning thousands in prize money. Every week, the studio audience determines a winner by voting for the one they find most-hilarious. At the end of every season, weekly winners compete for the grand prize. Actor and “Dancing With the Stars” Season 19 champion  Alfonso Ribeiro serves as the host, and Vin Di Bona is the executive producer.

Tom Bergeron Star Trek

he got featured in Star Trek: Enterprise that was originally titled Enterprise until Season 3 is the fifth live-action TV series set in the Star Trek universe and the sixth in total. It bases on Rick Berman and Brannon Braga, and based upon Gene Roddenberry’s classic 1966 Star Trek (and its subsequent spin-offs, Enterprise was a “prequel”, set a century before the time of Kirk and Spock. The series followed the voyages of the first starship Enterprise and mankind’s first steps into the “final frontier”. Initially titled as simply Enterprise, the series ran an abbreviated four seasons. The series debuted in 2001 on the United Paramount Network replacing Star Trek: Voyager. It was cancelled in 2005.

Tom Bergeron Movies | Shows

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Preceded by
John Davidson in the 1986–1989 version

Host of Hollywood Squares

Succeeded by
Peter Rosenberg
(Hip Hop Squares, 2012)

Preceded by
Daisy Fuentes & John Fugelsang

Host of America’s Funniest Home Videos

Succeeded by
Alfonso Ribeiro

Preceded by
New show

Co-Host of Dancing with the Stars

Succeeded by

Preceded by
Ben Stein and Jimmy Kimmel

Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host
tie with Bob Barker

Succeeded by
Regis Philbin

Preceded by
Wayne Brady

Host of Miss America

Succeeded by
Chris Harrison

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