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Robin Ward (television)

Robin Ward
Born (1944-04-10) April 10, 1944 (age 70)
Canada Canada
Occupation Actor/Television personality
Years active 1969 – present

Robin Ward (born April 10, 1944) is a Canadian actor and television personality. He is known for hosting a 1980 revival of the American game show To Tell the Truth and later hosting a Canadian game show called Guess What. He was also an actor on the soap opera The Guiding Light, in addition to having starred in the Canadian-produced 1973-74 science fiction series The Starlost and served as narrator of the late-1980s revival of The Twilight Zone for a season replacing Charles Aidman.

During the 1980s and 1990s, Ward worked for CFTO-TV in Toronto, Ontario, as a weatherman, and as an entertainment reporter. More recently he was an on-location reporter for Good Morning Toronto, a morning program on The Weather Network's Toronto-area feed. He has played in a number of guest and supporting roles in television and some motion pictures.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
Preceded by
Joe Garagiola
Host of To Tell the Truth
Succeeded by
Gordon Elliott in 1990

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