After kick-starting his career in radio, Bergeron made the transition to television, eventually landing a high-profile gig on "Hollywood Squares" and earning a Daytime Emmy for his efforts. Later, he took over as host of "America's Funniest Home Videos."
But Bergeron would get even more prime-time exposure -- and a trio of Emmy nominations -- as host of the hit reality competition "Dancing with the Stars," a celebrity-driven dance-off that showcased his witty banter. Bergeron also serves as an occasional stand-in for Meredith Vieira on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
Jam-packed with bloopers, shenanigans and mishaps, this program enlists celebrity judges -- such as rapper Coolio, comedienne Kathy Griffin and Olympian Picabo Street -- to select the best clips from the long-running television series. Character actor Martin Mull also joins host Tom Bergeron to select all the hilarious moments captured on camera by average Americans. The winner scores an all-expenses-paid, weeklong vacation in Maui.