America’s Funniest Home Videos主持人
灵巧地躲过了被解雇的风险,Bergeron当时成为Good Morning America[早安美国]这档节目的临时主持人,这项工作他一直持续了1年,之后他去了Hollywood Squares[好莱坞广场].就在这里,Edward R.Murrow 听到了他那低沉的纺纱般的声音.
在担任好莱坞广场主持期间,Bergeron另外又增加了CBS广播公司一档名为The Early Show的节目,以及ABC广播公司一挡America’s Funniest Home Videos[美国家庭诙谐广播]的节目.在加入了这些额外工作之后,他还在今年夏天为ABC广播公司和众多明星客串主持过一挡Dancing[舞蹈]节目.到目前为止,NBC广播公司仍然没有恢复他的调用.
Emmy Award-winning host Tom Bergeron began his broadcasting career in 1972 in his hometown of Haverhill, MA. Despite ample evidence that Bergeron was 17 at the time, he now insists there has been a terrible mistake. "Must be some other guy," Bergeron declared. "I’m only 35." Bergeron spent over a decade with WBZ-TV in Boston, hosting a number of popular shows. According to his revised math, he apparently did this while also attending grade school. In 1994 he became host of Breakfast Time on fX. This was before the cable channel was successful enough to afford the upper-case F it now uses. The show morphed into Fox After Breakfast and moved to the FOX network, where the use of all upper-case letters offered little consolation. The show was canceled after one season. Deftly dodging unemployment, Bergeron became fill-in anchor on Good Morning America in 1997, a position he held until segueing to Hollywood Squares in 1998. At this point, Edward R. Murrow could be heard spinning in his grave. While hosting Hollywood Squares, Bergeron multi-tasked his way into a fill-in anchor gig on CBS’ The Early Show (more spinning) and also began hosting ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos. In addition to that job, he made a splash this summer as host of ABC’s hit Dancing with the Stars. At present NBC still won’t return his calls.