June 25, 2012 |
If the answer is Alex Trebek, the question Monday must've been, "Who's feeling better and itching to go home after a mild heart attack?" " Alex is up and about and in good spirits while doctors complete their testing at Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute," said Paula Askanas, senior vice president of media relations for "Jeopardy!" parent Sony Pictures Television, on Monday. "He has been moved to a regular room today and looks forward to returning home as soon as his doctors give their approval.
October 10, 2011 |
A house in Glendale that "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak and his first wife, Sherrill, once lived in has been redone and flipped back on the market at $699,000. The two-story Craftsman, built in 1911, has been remodeled while retaining much of its period look. Updated rooms include the kitchen, all three bathrooms and the laundry room. Including the master bedroom, which has a walk-in closet and a balcony, there are four bedrooms and a total of 2,600 square feet of living space.
March 17, 2008 |
Billy Crystal's one-day stint with the New York Yankees had Mike Downey of the Chicago Tribune wondering whether it was just a charming experiment -- or a harmful pattern. An e-mail he received from "Wheel of Fortune" host and lifelong baseball fan Pat Sajak seemed to indicate the latter. "This could lead to other celebrity signings," Sajak wrote while he was in Vero Beach, Fla., at a Dodgers exhibition game, according to Downey. "Prince William to the Royals, or Shaquille O'Neal to the Giants, or Johnny Depp to the Pirates, or the Olsen sisters to the Twins."
January 23, 2003
Sick leave: Jerry Nachman, editor-in-chief of MSNBC and host of the cable channel's daily show "Nachman," began a medical leave Wednesday to deal with a gallbladder malignancy. MSNBC said that his prognosis for a full recovery was excellent and that he should be back in a few weeks. Guest hosts will fill in during his absence. Branching out: Pat Sajak, the "Wheel of Fortune" host who once helmed a late-night show on CBS, is going to take another shot at conducting interviews.
July 12, 1998 |
SYLVESTER STALLONE has sold his longtime Malibu home for close to its asking price of $3.7 million, sources say. Stallone, who turned 52 last week, and his wife, model Jennifer Flavin, became parents of a second daughter in June. They also have a 22-month-old daughter. Stallone and Flavin were married in 1997. The "Rambo" and "Rocky" star last appeared in the acclaimed movie "Cop Land" (1997). Earlier this year, he was researching a film project about Formula 1 racing.
September 25, 1990 |
Fashion model Lesly Brown, the wife of "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak, has given birth to a boy. Patrick Michael James Sajak weighed 7 pounds at birth Saturday at an undisclosed Los Angeles-area hospital, Sajak spokesman Bob Burton said Monday. It was the couple's first child. Sajak, 43, and Brown, 25, were married in January.