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  Pat Sajak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sajak, son of a Polish-American trucking foreman, was born and raised in Chicago.
Sajak also is an External Director of conservative publishing house Regnery and is on the Board of Trustees at Hillsdale College in southern Michigan.
Pat Sajak is mentioned in a lyric of "The Kill," a currently unreleased song by The Dresden Dolls.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pat_Sajak   (1070 words)

Sajak: [After announcing other guests] But right now, one of the stars of the big CBS hit series Beauty and the Beast is with us.
Sajak: You seem to be drawn to roles that keep you in a makeup chair for a long time.
Sajak: Now, when you're out doing location filming as you are from time to time, and you're in your regalia, it must cause a stir from time to time.
www.theperlmanpages.i12.com /Interviews/patsajak1.htm   (1267 words)

 Wheel of Fortune
Sajak majored in broadcasting at Columbia College, Chicago, while also working at a small local radio station as a newscaster and announcer.
Sajak was hired by WSM-TV as a staff announcer, eventually expanding his role to talk shows and reporting the weather.
Sajak splits his time between the East Coast and Los Angeles.
www.wheeloffortune.com /showguide_bio.patsajak.php   (367 words)

 Pat Sajak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pat Sajak has been host of "Wheel of Fortune" since 1981, when it was a daytime network game show.
Sajak majored in broadcasting at Columbia College in Chicago while at the same time working at a small area radio station as a newscaster and announcer.
Sajak hosted his own late-night talk show in 1989-90 and has guest starred on dozens of comedy, drama, game and talk shows.
www.ashbrook.org /events/lecture/1999/sajak.html   (492 words)

 Pat Sajak
In high school, Pat Sajak's name was drawn at random in a radio station's contest, making him "guest disk jockey" for a night.
Sajak looked good on camera and pronounced words like "cumulus" properly, and soon he was the weatherman at KNBC, the NBC-owned station in Los Angeles.
It's most memorable moment came toward the end, when Sajak wasn't there: Rush Limbaugh guest-hosted and infuriated the studio audience so much that the auditorium was empty before Limbaugh could finish the show.
www.nndb.com /people/377/000022311   (299 words)

 GameShark | News | Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters
Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters is the first in an all-new series of games from Pat and his team of game experts.
Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters will be released for the Windows platform in time for the 2006 holiday season and will include enhanced features not available in the online version.
Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters will offer three different word game variations: Lucky Letters (individual play for points), Lucky 10 (fast-paced individual- play variation), Lucky Players (for two or more players).
www.gameshark.com /news/18721/Pat-Sajaks-Lucky-Letters.htm   (412 words)

 CNN Transcript - Larry King Live: Pat Sajak Discusses Hosting America's No. 1 Syndicated Game Show - July 18, 2000
SAJAK: It is. And you know, all the big successes in television blindsided people, whether it's game show -- we talked about "Millionaire" -- you know, all of the family tested -- it's a bad show, the network thought, this will be on for three weeks.
SAJAK: You know, it's not that hard, and the -- if I had to go in -- if this were old-time television without tape, and I had to go in every day, and I've been doing this for 17 years, going every day, I could be taking hostages by now.
SAJAK: Doesn't matter, because they were, you know, it tended, as we say in broadcasting, to skew a little older, and that was not a good thing.
transcripts.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0007/18/lkl.00.html   (7824 words)

 Pat Sajak’s New Spin Zone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Sajak had "people on" once before, of course, when he hosted The Pat Sajak Show, a late-night talk show CBS launched in 1989 to great fanfare that dodo’d after a year and a half.
Sajak, the Fox show is a chance to spend a little time away from the rotating wheel and Vanna White—still there!—and meet new people.
Sajak was one of the most successful hosts in the history of television, but people still ask about the failure of his late-night adventure.
www.engin.umich.edu /class/eecs281/proj2/large0/f01081   (2339 words)

 Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: 'Wheel' has been one of fortune for Pat Sajak 07/04/98
Pat Sajak jokes that he knows the alphabet "by heart.
Sajak, a onetime disc jockey, was a weatherman at Los Angeles' KNBC-TV (Channel 4) when he was tapped by Wheel creator and executive producer Merv Griffin in 1981 to take the host's reins of Wheel, then an NBC daytime show, from Chuck Woolery.
Sajak, the father of two young children, chatted about Wheel and his other business ventures in a telephone interview from Maryland, where he was vacationing with his family.
chronicle.augusta.com /stories/070498/fea_sajak.shtml   (532 words)

 "The Pat Sajak Show" (1989)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pat Sajak, always very personable with the contestants on "Wheel Of Fortune," tried his hand at interviewing.
In fact, I'm surprised that David Letterman didn't sue Sajak and the show for what they did, which was all but swipe Dave's style and delivery, making Sajak a Letterman impressionist on a nightly basis.
Luckily, Sajak was able to retrieve his game show gig, where he has comfortably and successfully been to this day, though, in 2003, he did take a stab at another interview style show for Fox News, thankfully without any attempts at monologues or "desk humor."
www.imdb.com /title/tt0096674   (510 words)

 Parade Celebrity Bios
Sajak majored in broadcasting at Columbia College, Chicago, while also working at a small local radio station as a ne wscaster and announcer.
Sajak was hired by WSM-TV as a staff ann ouncer, eventually expanding his role to talk shows and reporting the weather.
Sajak is an External Director of publishing house Regnery Publishing, and is on the Board of Trustees at Hillsdale College, and also has written for Human Events and served on the Board of Directors for the Claremont Institute.
www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org /cms/index.php?id=897   (1796 words)

 Pat Sajak Weekend - 3/9/03
Pat Sajak: In which she plays a screen legend, and she's no slouch herself.
Pat Sajak: And beyond that, when a play has a lot more elements in terms of actors and scenes and songs and whatever, you know an audience can sort of pick and choose… "Okay I don't like her much, but that's a nice couple, I'm interested in their story…"
Pat Sajak: Which is surprising, because her whole persona was her self-assured, don't mess with me woman.
www.totallykate.com /sajak/sajak303.html   (3207 words)

 Pat Sajak Photos - Pat Sajak News - Pat Sajak Information
Pat Sajak : Working with Merv (Griffin) can be quite the experience.
Pat Sajak: I honestly didn't think the show was going to last much longer when I started in 1981.
Pat Sajak left his hosting duties on "Wheel of Fortune" to host this late night talk show opposite Johnny Carson.
www.tv.com /pat-sajak/person/19773/summary.html   (208 words)

 Pat Sajak's Moment of Rage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Sajak thought that Kerry's comments were inappropriately ill-timed and sounded "small and petty." He called Kerry's media presence a "despicable performance." And so Mr.
Sajak's comment came from a recent online article he wrote titled "Name Calling." In the article, he seems to lament, "I don't think I've ever just flat-out called someone a name." But this time he apparently couldn't contain himself.
The fact that Pat Sajak needed Kerrys idiotic remark to muster up the effort to call him a JERK is why his talk show didn't work.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1339045/posts   (1520 words)

 November 18, 1998: The Third Degree with . . . Vanna White and Pat Sajak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
If there's one reason for the show's tremendous success, then it has to, in fact, be two reasons: co-hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White.
While in town to film Wheel of Fortune's 3,000th episode on the stage of the Las Vegas Hilton (the show is set to air during sweeps week on November 20), Pat and Vanna managed to find time to be subjected separately to The Third Degree.
Well, Pat, actually for about an hour, and it's quite an honor to have been holding it for so long.
www.lasvegasweekly.com /departments/11_18_98/thirddegreewheel.html   (1073 words)

 Pat Sajak's First Game, Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters™, Now Available at PatSajakGames.com
Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters™ provides players with three different games in the download version: Lucky Letters, the fun and fast game of Lucky Ten, and the multi-player game of Lucky Players.
Pat wants to find players who are fast enough and smart enough to beat him at his own game.
Commenting on his newest game, Sajak said, “What I like best about Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters™ (other than the catchy name) is that, while challenging, it’s fun and fast-moving, and you don’t have to spend hours solving mind-numbing puzzles.
www.emediawire.com /releases/2005/11/emw316528.htm   (667 words)

 Atari and Pat Sajak Announce Interactive Publishing Partnership - Atari Forums
Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters will be released for the Windows platform for the 2006 holiday season and will include enhanced features not available in the online version.
"Pat Sajak is a household name and one of America's most beloved game show hosts," said Nique Fajors, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Atari, Inc. "Pat also knows how to create fun and accessible gaming entertainment, and Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters is an example of this.
Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters features three different word game variations: Lucky Letters (individual play for points), Lucky 10 (fast-paced individual- play variation), Lucky Players (for two or more players).
www.ataricommunity.com /forums/showthread.php?p=8107861   (601 words)

 Pat Sajak Biography (Game Show Host) — Infoplease.com
Sajak and Vanna White are the longtime hosts of the TV game show
Sajak joined the U.S. Army in 1968 and spent time in Saigon broadcasting for Armed Forces Radio.
Pat Sajak Weekend, to begin later that year.
www.infoplease.com /biography/var/patsajak.html   (243 words)

 Zap2it - TV news - Fox News Hires Pat Sajak
Sajak is not a stranger to talk shows, although his last foray into the genre didn't go so well.
It was first attempt in many years to challenge "The Tonight Show," and it failed, generally trailing both "Tonight" and the syndicated "Arsenio" in the ratings.
Sajak's show on Fox News will feature celebrities and other newsmakers, a la Larry King on CNN.
tv.zap2it.com /tveditorial/tve_main/1,1002,271|79783|1|,00.html   (202 words)

 YouTube - Pat Sajak kisses Vanna White
I think this was from 1989, when Pat left to host a short-lived late night talk show (though he remained on the syndicated version of Wheel).
Pat wasn't married at the time of this taping back in late 1988.
On Pat's final daytime appearance on Whe On Pat's final daytime appearance on Wheel of Fortune, he goes out in style...
www.youtube.com /watch?v=9TPnoiCmv7w   (245 words)

 Game Shows :: Pat Sajak
In all, Sajak has earned 6 nominations for "Outstanding Game Show Host." He won three times, in 1993, 1997 and 1998 for Wheel of Fortune.
Sajak was a DJ for the Armed Forces Radio Network in Vietnam (1968-1972).
Sajak also worked as a weatherman for KNBC in Los Angeles in the 1970s and 1980s.
www.gameshowfame.com /people/sajak_pat.htm   (210 words)

 Powell's Books - Pat Sajak's Super Sudoku by Pat Sajak
As the host of "Wheel of Fortune," the #1 TV game show of all time, Pat Sajak is seen by more than 16 million people each day.
"Pat Sajak's Code Numbers Super Sudoku" is not just another Sudoku puzzle.
This game-play feature of Sudoku is fun, challenging, and will always be exclusive to Pat Sajak.
www.powells.com /biblio/61-157243869x-0   (113 words)

 Pat Sajak is back on Super Password - GSN Buzz
Pat was a weatherman in Nashville TN for a while in the '70's, then in 1977, he joined KNBC and worked as a weatherman.
In conclusion, Pat Sajak appeared on Super Password a total of 14 times.
The majority of the 1988-era episodes, along with the majority of the 1989-era episodes of Super Password, are all episodes that GSN hasn't shown yet.
www.gsn.com /buzz/showthread.php?t=83376   (815 words)

 FOXNews.com - Pat Sajak - Bio
Pat Sajak serves as host of Pat Sajak Weekend, a one-hour celebrity and newsmaker driven talk show.  He joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in January 2003.
Sajak served as a weatherman at KNBC-TV (NBC) in Los Angeles from 1977-1981.  He began his television career as a weatherman at WSM-TV (NBC) in Nashville.
Sajak has received numerous awards and honors, including three Emmy Awards and a People's Choice Award for the top-ranked syndicated game show. ; Sajak's legendary status in the television business has also earned him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
www.foxnews.com /story/0,2933,77084,00.html   (429 words)

 Download Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters Game - Free Downloads for Word Games
Pat Sajak invites you to be a contestant on his exciting new computer game show.
Race the clock to solve Pat's puzzle in the Lightning Round.
Fans of Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters also enjoy...
www.gamefools.com /downloads/PatSajaksLuckyLetters/2079.html   (90 words)

 A Letter from Democrats (via Pat Sajak) to the Working Man   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pat Sajak is fast becoming one of my favorite columnists!
Pat Sajak's a Republican and huge Bush supporter.
I guess Pat has made a ton of money doing 'Wheel', and nobody can touch his job, no matter what he says.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1404350/posts   (2159 words)

 Pat Sajak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Who would win in a fight Pat Sajak or Alex Trebek?
Pat Sajak doing the top 100 Hits of 1968 in Vietnam
Find where Pat Sajak is credited alongside another name
www.imdb.com /Name?Sajak,+Pat   (221 words)

 AOL Games: Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters™
Keep an eye out for the Lucky Chances where you can double your money (if you are brave).
Finish off the game by racing the clock to solve Pat’s entire puzzle in the Lightning Round.
There, the clues and answers are tougher to guess and the rewards are even higher!
games.aol.com /game/pat-sajaks-lucky-letters/30450/detail   (257 words)

 MaxPower   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Its about how Pat Sajak rants about how bad liberals are.
He plays on the resentment of those who find themselves oppressed by vowel poverty to sell them vowels at extortionate prices, knowing that many of them will cruelly become bankrupt, just as Hitler whipped up the resentment of the German people against the harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles.
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www.maxpower.ca /index.php?tag=pat-sajak   (329 words)

 Metroblogging Philadelphia: Pat Sajak is DEAD!
Around 12th and Spruce (mostly up 12th st. and down Spruce some) someone has fliered telephone poles with papers that read "Pat Sajak is Dead" or something to that effect.
Dear Pat Sajak's obituary writer- you're a coward and a bum, why dont you address these issues with me!?
I wish only for you to think more deeply about your relationship to Pat Sajak.
philadelphia.metblogs.com /archives/2006/05/pat_sajak_is_de.phtml   (1028 words)

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