Bob Eubanks Birthday & Fun Facts

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Abhijeet Modi
Jan 31, 2024 By Abhijeet Modi
Originally Published on May 14, 2022
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About Bob Eubanks

Robert Leland Eubanks, better known as Bob Eubanks, is an American entertainer.
Bob Eubanks has had a long broadcasting career. He is best known as the host of the game show 'The Newlywed Game'.
Bob Eubanks is also a published author and record producer. He is a well-known American disc jockey, television personality, and game show presenter.
Bob Eubanks is also known for having married Deborah James. His beloved children are Noah Eubanks and Theresa Eubanks.
Bob Eubanks has had a long and successful career in broadcasting and is best known as the host of the game show 'The Newlywed Game'. He is also a published author and record producer.
Robert 'Bob' Eubanks is a media figure, DJ, actor, and game show presenter from the United States. He rose to prominence as the recurrent host of ABC and Game Program Network's long-running game show 'The Newlywed Game'. Eubanks, a California native, has always enjoyed watching television and quiz game programs, as well as listening to a range of performers.
Bob Eubanks rapidly rose to become one of California's most prominent DJs after graduating from high school. He had a good radio career before being a television personality. 'The Newlywed Game' had Eubanks as host. He was the host of various additional game shows, including 'Rhyme And Reason', 'Card Sharks', and 'Dream House'. Other game shows include 'The Diamond Head Game', 'Trivia Trap', and 'Powerball: The Game Show'.
Bob Eubanks is also well known in the industry for having married Deborah James and having a whopping $30 million net worth.

Bob Eubanks' Net Worth, Earnings, And Spending Habits

What is Bob Eubanks’ net worth?

The net worth of Bob Eubanks is $30 million. He has made this net worth from his career in show business, mainly as a show host.

How much does Bob Eubanks earn per year?

Bob Eubanks earns around $1 million a year. Deborah James and Bob Eubanks are both still working.

Height, Age, And Physical Attributes

How tall is Bob Eubanks?

Bon Eubanks is 5 ft 8 in (172 cm) tall.

How old is Bob Eubanks?

Bob Eubanks was born on January 8, 1938. He is currently 84 years old and his zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Childhood And Education

Bob Eubanks was born in Flint, Michigan in January 1938. He spent much of his childhood in Pasadena, California, where he grew up listening to music, particularly favorites like Frank Sinatra and Doc Watson. His parents were from Missouri; John Otho Leland Eubanks and Gertrude Eubanks. During the Great Depression, they relocated to Flint, where their one child was born, before relocating to California from Michigan. The little kid went on to become a child model, conducting commercial photo shoots, and met his idol, Gene Autry, during an ad picture session.
Bob Eubanks was a fan of old television and quiz programs. He was inspired by Cary Grant, Howard Hughes, Buddy Hackett, and Bill Cullen while growing up in the '40s and '50s. He went to Pasadena High School and graduated in 1955. According to his comments on a 'Card Sharks' episode, he attended Los Angeles Pierce College after graduating from high school and went to become one of California's most successful disc DJs. Eubanks began working for his first radio station, KACY in Oxnard, California, in 1956.
In 1960, Bob Eubanks joined KRLA in Pasadena to conduct the overnight program. He was elevated to morning drive in the spring of 1962, then a year later to his long-running evening position. Throughout most of the '60s, he was also a concert producer, including the Beatles' Hollywood Bowl appearances in 1964 and 1965. Bob Eubanks also produced performers such as Barry Manilow, The Supremes, Dolly Parton, Bob Dylan, Elton John, and Merle Haggard while remaining in Los Angeles.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Bob Eubanks’ partner?

On September 10, 1969, Eubanks married Irma Brown, an active athlete, ranch forewoman, and artist. Trace, a former fireman, Corey, a stuntman, and Theresa Eubanks were their three children. The couple bought an 81,000 sq mi (130356 sq km) piece of a productive cow ranch in 1970, and eventually enlarged it to 110,000 sq mi (177027 sq km). The entire family liked roping and riding, with Eubanks occasionally competing in rodeos. Bob Eubanks is a professional Rodeo Cowboys Association gold cardmember. Brown was in charge of interior design, gardening, and organizing one to two equestrian exhibitions every year. After a protracted illness, she died in 2002.
Bob Eubanks married Deborah James in 2004. James owns Bella Vita Events, a wedding and event planning firm in Ventura, California. Noah Eubanks, the couple's little son, is their only child together. Eubanks and James listed their Westlake Village, California home for sale in October 2010.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

'The Newlywed Game' was an instant smash upon its premiere, and the popularity of the television show prompted the network to extend the prime-time roster, where it had previously aired for five years.
Since 1976, he has presented the 'Tournament of Roses Parade' on Los Angeles' television channel KTLA, and from 1978 to 2005, he has co-hosted the parade with Stephanie Edwards.
Following the 'Newlywed Game', he was host to 'Rhyme And Reason', 'Card Sharks', 'Dream House', 'The Diamond Head Game', 'Trivia Trap', and 'Powerball: The Game Show'. Eubanks also tried out for the host of a daytime edition of 'Wheel Of Fortune' on CBS, but Bob Goen was picked instead.
Between 1960 and 1968, Eubanks was a prominent radio DJ at station KRLA 1110 in Los Angeles, as well as a music promoter and manager. He was in charge of bringing The Beatles to Los Angeles for their first West Coast performances, which took place at the renowned Hollywood Bowl in 1964 and 1965, with colleagues KRLA DJs Dave Hull and Reb Foster joining Eubanks in introducing them. He also ran several Cinnamon Cinder nightclubs. The Vibrants were the house band at his Traffic Circle Cinnamon Cinder club.

Charity Work

Bob Eubanks is a major contributor to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. He spends a major chunk of his net worth on charity.

What awards has Bob Eubanks won?

He was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2000. In 2005, he was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award.
Bob Eubanks has won nine Emmy Awards, a Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Industry's Golden Mic Award. He was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2000, being the last person to receive a star in the 20th century.

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Bob Eubanks Birthday & Fun Facts Facts

Birth Name

Robert Leland Eubanks

Date of Birth




Place of Birth




172 cm

Eye Color

Greyish Blue

Child Star?



Actor, TV Host


Pasadena High School

Net Worth



Irma Eubanks, Deborah James


John Ortho Leland Eubanks, Gertrude Eubanks

Annual Earnings

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