Known for movies
Michael Feldman is an American businessman, television producer, and game show host. He is best known as the host of the game show What’s My Line? from 1968 to 1975.
Feldman was born in New York City on July 16, 1933, the son of Jewish immigrants from Poland. His father was a tailor and his mother was a homemaker. He has two brothers and one sister. Feldman was educated in the New York City public school system.
Feldman began his career as a page at NBC in 1950. He later worked as a writer for comedians such as Jack Paar and Johnny Carson. In 1968, Feldman was chosen to be the host of What’s My Line?, a game show that aired on CBS. He remained the host of the show until 1975.
In addition to his work on What’s My Line?, Feldman has also produced several television shows, including The Hollywood Squares and The $25,000 Pyramid. He has also written two books, How to Be a Game Show Host and The Art of the Game Show.
Feldman has been married three times. His first wife was actress Sheila MacRae, with whom he had two daughters. His second wife was model-actress Barbara Feldon, with whom he had one son. Feldman’s third wife is game show producer Marilyn Vance. He has three grandchildren.
Feldman has a net worth of $5 million. His salary is not publicly known.
|Profession||Politician, Communications Consultant, Political Consultant|
|Education||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Children||Vale Guthrie Feldman, Charles Max Feldman|
|See Dad Run||TV Series executive producer - 26 episodes, 2013 - 2014 co-executive producer - 17 episodes, 2012 - 2013|
|Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn||2014||TV Series executive producer - 5 episodes|
|So Random!||2011-2012||TV Series executive producer - 22 episodes|
|Sonny with a Chance||2009-2011||TV Series executive producer - 37 episodes|
|Cory in the House||2007||TV Series co-executive producer - 7 episodes|
|That's So Raven||TV Series consulting producer - 32 episodes, 2003 - 2005 supervising producer - 23 episodes, 2004 - 2007 co-producer - 11 episodes, 2003 - 2004|
|Alchimie||2002||Short associate producer|
|The Weber Show||2000||TV Series co-producer|
|Yes, Dear||2000||TV Series co-producer|
|Odd Man Out||1999-2000||TV Series co-producer - 12 episodes|
|Boston Common||1996||TV Series co-producer|
|Paging Dr. Freed||TV Movie executive producer|
|Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn||TV Series developed by - 8 episodes, 2014 - 2015 written by - 4 episodes, 2014 - 2016 writer - 2 episodes, 2015 teleplay - 1 episode, 2014|
|See Dad Run||2012-2014||TV Series written by - 6 episodes|
|So Random!||TV Series developed by - 4 episodes, 2011 - 2012 written by - 3 episodes, 2011|
|Sonny with a Chance||TV Series written by - 7 episodes, 2009 - 2010 writer - 2 episodes, 2010 - 2011|
|MacKenzie Falls||2009||TV Series written by - 4 episodes|
|Cory in the House||2007||TV Series writer - 2 episodes|
|That's So Raven||TV Series written by - 12 episodes, 2003 - 2006 story - 1 episode, 2006|
|Yes, Dear||2001||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Odd Man Out||1999||TV Series 2 episodes|
|Everybody Loves Raymond||1999||TV Series story by - 1 episode|
|The Gregory Hines Show||1997||TV Series|
|Boston Common||1996-1997||TV Series 2 episodes|
|Temporarily Yours||1997||TV Series teleplay - 1 episode|
|Paging Dr. Freed||TV Movie writer|
|That's So Raven||2003||TV Series consultant|
|The Brian Benben Show||1998-2000||TV Series executive story editor - 5 episodes|
|The Gregory Hines Show||1997||TV Series story editor|
|Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn||2016||TV Series 1 episode|
|2007||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Children's Program||That's So Raven (2003)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia