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John O'Hurley Books 'All My Children' Role

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 27th 2011 3:35PM
John O'Hurley'Seinfeld' veteran John O'Hurley is swinging by Pine Valley and paying Erica Kane a visit.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, O'Hurley will play Kit Sterling, a producer who approaches Susan Lucci's Erica Kane (Susan Lucci) to turn her book into a film on 'All My Children.'

He makes his first appearance in the episode set to air Mon., Sept. 12.

The 'Dancing With the Stars' runner-up is no stranger to daytime soaps. He's appeared on both 'Loving' and 'General Hospital.'

'All My Children' leaves ABC on Sept. 23. While the show will continue online thanks to a deal between ABC and Prospect Park, its web premiere may be delayed until 2012. Contract negotiations regarding production are to blame for the delay.

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John O'Hurley Helps Wendy Williams Prepare for 'DWTS' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Mar 1st 2011 3:00PM
John O'Hurley Helps Wendy Williams Prepare for 'DWTS'Former 'Dancing With the Stars' contestant John O'Hurley helps Wendy Williams prepare for the new season of the dance competition on 'The Wendy Williams Show' (weekdays, syndicated).

While Williams teeters precariously on heels, O'Hurley gently helps the nervous host through the basic steps of a waltz. During the dance, Williams is overcome by emotion and embraces O'Hurley tightly.

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John O'Hurley Gets A Diagnosis From His Son, The Doctor (VIDEO)

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 23rd 2010 2:30PM
John O'HurleyCelebrities always seem to have an injury story when they go on a talk show (see also Angelina Jolie on 'Good Morning, America' today). John O'Hurley had one on 'Live with Regis and Kelly' (weekdays, check local listings). Seems he was playing catch with his son and hurt his shoulder, which led to the boy examining his dad with one of those toy doctor's kits that we all had when we were little.

This story would be really adorable if it wasn't for the fact that O'Hurley's son is 29 years old.

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25 Things You Didn't Know About ... Seinfeld

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 14th 2010 4:00PM
Seinfeld CastThink you know everything there is to know about 'Seinfeld'? Ok, maybe you do, but for the rest of us, TV Guide Channel put together a special called '25 Things You Didn't Know About ... Seinfeld.'

For example, Elaine isn't the only one who can work for J. Peterman. In fact, J. Peterman is a real person with a real catalog that 'Seinfeld' just happened to make famous. And John O'Hurley, who played J. Peterman on the show, actually bought the company a year after Seinfeld ended, bringing it out of bankruptcy to co-own it with J. Peterman himself.

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Family Feud gets a new host

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 21st 2010 3:02PM
Steve HarveySo, are you in the "love John O'Hurley as Family Feud host" camp or "hate John O'Hurley as Family Feud host" camp? I guess it doesn't really matter now. The show has hired a new host.

Steve Harvey will replace O'Hurley as host of the long-running syndicated game show. Officially, O'Hurley says that he is leaving the show to focus on the musical Chicago and other things.

Not sure how I feel about this. Actually, that's not true. I know how I feel about: ambivalent. I don't really watch Family Feud. I think the only time I watch it anymore is if I'm surfing around and happen to land on it and there's nothing else on.

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The game show makeovers continue with Family Feud

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 25th 2009 8:02AM
Family FeudWe've seen changes to The Price is Right, Wheel of Fortune and a big change to the Jeopardy set. Now Family Feud has changed things too.

The show no longer has a set-in-stone jackpot in the final "Fast Money" game that the winning family plays. Instead, at the start of the show, each family starts with $15,000 in their "Jackpot" and then there are five quick "Bullseye" rounds where the familes have to guess the number one answer to a question. Question one gives you $1000, question two gives you $2000, and so on. Whatever you win is added to the bank and that's the amount you play for. It's great if you get a few questions right, but not so great if you don't (this is actually something they had on the show in the 90s and have brought back).

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