Rich Fields is a veteran game show personality who started his career with Mark Goodson Television Productions in 1993 on the Florida Lottery's Flamingo Fortune game show. In addition to (arguably) being the most successful television game show announcer of all time, Rich is also an accomplished show host. He has hosted game shows, quiz shows, infomercials, award shows and more!
Rich hosts this televised California Academic Challenge quiz show. - Palm Springs, CA (2003).
Rich hosts this recorded rehearsal, of the Florida Lottery's Flamingo Fortune television game show.
- Orlando, FL (1995)
Rich Fields was one of the lead anchors for The Lottery Channel, a fledgling cable station dedicated to lottery news, information and entertainment.
Programming included half-hour news programs, Mega and Power Ball drawings, as well as state drawings and state lottery game shows.
(L to R) Rich Fields, Peter Marshall, Hugh Downs and Wink Martindale pose for the media immediately after the American TV Game Show Hall Of Fame induction ceremony. (October 13, 2007)
During the ceremony, Rich Fields accepted Merv Griffin's induction into the Hall Of Fame on behalf of the Griffin family.
TV guide Awards, Television Academy Induction Ceremony, WEHO Awards, Legends Awards, Game Show Congress Awards.
Rich Fields and Bob Barker outside of the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson at CBS-Television City, Hollywood.