Bill Cullen Bio

(Television personality)

Relationship Statistics of Bill Cullen

What is Bill Cullen marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Bill Cullen get married ? (married date):, 1955
How many children does Bill Cullen have ? (name):One (Elise Ann Roemheld)
Is Bill Cullen having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Bill Cullen gay ?: No
Who is Bill Cullen wife ? (name):Ann Roemheld Macomber

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He married three times (Ruth Elizabeth Harrington, Carol Ames, Ann Roemheld Macomber ). He married Ruth Elizabeth Harrington in 1943 but the marriage didn’t go well so they decided to divorced in 1948. Then, he married Carol Ames in 1948; but the marriage didn’t go well so they decided to divorced in 1955. Finally, he married Ann Roemheld Macomber in 1955, the couple had a child namely, Elise Ann Roemheld, this marriage lasted until his death in 1990.

Who is Bill Cullen?

Bill was an American radio and television personality, he was the biggest claim to fame was as a game show host; over the course of his career. Additionally, he appeared as a panelist/celebrity guest on many other game shows, including regular appearances on I’ve Got a Secret and To Tell the Truth.

Bill Cullen: Childhood, Education, and Family

Bill was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the United States on February 18, 1920, to parents William and Lillian Cullen, his father was was a Ford dealer in Pittsburgh. There is no information about his siblings. He belongs to American nationality and English ethnicity. His birth sign is Aquarius. Talking about his education, he attended the University of Pittsburgh. After he achieved some success in radio, he returned to the university and earned a bachelor’s degree.

Bill Cullen: Early Professional Career

On talking about his profession, he began his career in 1939, in Pittsburgh at WWSW radio, where he worked as a disc jockey and play-by-play announcer or color commentator for Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Hornets games. Likewise, he also became a freelance joke writer for some of the top radio stars of the day, including Arthur Godfrey, Danny Kaye, and Jack Benny. Whereas, he also worked as a staff writer for the Easy Aces radio show. Likewise, his last regular radio job was as one of the hosts of NBC Radio’s Monitor from 1971–73.

Besides, that he was a pilot for the United States Army Air Corps in World War II. During 1953, he also had The Bill Cullen Show, a weekly morning variety program on CBS. Whereas, he also hosted Bank on the Stars in 1954. From 1954 to 1955, he also hosted NBC’s Place the Face, a program in which celebrities identified people from their past; he simultaneously hosted CBS’s Name That Tune. In fact, he was also a panelist on I’ve Got a Secretfrom 1952 to 1967, and To Tell the Truth from 1969 to 1978, where he also guest hosted on occasion.

In addition, his other game shows hosted the included Eye Guess in the 1960s; Three on a Match, Blankety Blanks, The Love Experts, How Do You Like Your Eggs? (QUBE cable interactive program)  and the syndicated version of The $25,000 Pyramid in the 1970s; and later in his career Chain Reaction,  Blockbusters, Child’s Play, Hot Potato. During the 1984 TV Guide article, Cullen commented on the ease with which he seemed to land his hosting jobs:

Bill Cullen: Lifetime Achievements and Awards

On talking about his lifetime achievements and awards, he won Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Daytime Programming – Individuals.

Bill Cullen: Salary and Net Worth

On talking about his salary and net worth, his salary and net worth are unknown.

Bill Cullen: Rumors and Controversy

Bill had not been part of any notable controversies in his career. He was far from rumors and controversies.

Bill Cullen: Description of Body Measurements

Bill’s hair color is black and his eye color is grayish green. His height, weight, and shoe size are disclosed.

Bill Cullen: Social Media

He expired in 1970 when there were no social media or any digital forms of communications.

Bill Cullen: Death

He died on July 7, 1990, at the age of 70 in Bel Air, California, the United States. Whereas, the cause of his death was Lung cancer.

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