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The family also included Chuck's older sister, Sue, who is described as a nursing assistant in an October 28, 1991 People magazine article by Tim Allis.Chuck Woolery aspired to a career in the music industry, but enlisted in the United States Navy instead.Love Connection was a variant of The Dating Game in which singles attempted to find a compatible match or "connection." Love Connection was one of the biggest game show hits of its era and it boosted Woolery's career.While hosting the show, he began using his trademark phrase, "two and two," meaning that the program would return after a commercial break of two minutes and two seconds, the regular length of of a break back then.I recently received an email from a reader who is interested in American game show host Chuck Woolery and his family.The reader asked for some background on Woolery and his family.Woolery also hosted such game shows as The Big Spin (1985), Scrabble (1984-1990), The Dating Game (1997-1999), Greed (1999-2000) and Lingo (2002-2007).In 1991, he had his own daytime talk show, The Chuck Woolery Show, which only lasted a few months.
Griffin, however, was interested in Woolery as the host of a new game show he was developing called Shopper's Bazaar.After completing two years of military service, the young man returned to his home state of Kentucky and attended Morehead State University where he studied economics and sociology, In the early 1960s, he worked as a sales representative for Pillsbury and as a consultant for Wasserstrom Wine in Columbus, Ohio.Music was still in his blood, however, and he headed for Nashville, Tennessee where, in 1967, along with Elkin "Bubba" Fowler, he formed a psychedelic pop duo called The Avant-Garde.He played the role of a tennis pro in the 1978 television move A Guide for the Married Woman, starring Cybill Shepherd.He also appeared in two big screen movies as pilot Rogers in the 1974 film Sonic Boom and as a detective in the 1975 film The Treasure of Jamaica Reef (also known as Evil in the Deep). Dingle on New Zoo Revue, a children's television show, Chuck Woolery appeared on the TV game show Tattletales with his then-wife, Jo Ann Pflug.