Bio – Rich Fields

Rich Fields is an Emmy Award winning broadcaster with 27 years of experience in both radio and television. Rich is Bob Barker’s announcer on America’s #1 rated game show,The Price Is Right which airs on the CBS television network.

With degrees in both broadcasting and meteorology, Rich has enjoyed successful careers as a radio personality and television weatherman. He also works extensively in commercial voiceover, network promos, show announcing and show hosting.

In addition to the day-time and night-time versions of The Price Is Right, Rich is also the announcer on CBS’ newest show, Gameshow Marathon.

Other television shows that Rich Fields has appeared on include:

- A&E’s Biography (7/06)

- Inside Edition (4/04 & 6/06)

- CBS Evening News (10/04)

- The Insider (6/05 & 7/06)

- Extra (11/04)

- Best Damn Sports Show (2/06)

- The Tyra Banks Show (2/06)

- TV Guide Channel’s Infanity (8/06)

- The Late Late Show (7/06)

- The War At Home (11/06)

- 20/20 (12/06)

- TV’s 100 Popular Catch Phrases (12/06)

Internationally, Rich Fields has appeared on the B.B.C. in England, Australian Television as the M.C. of the 2005 TV Soap Magazine Awards, and he has appeared on Eric Salvail’s popular program On N’a Pas Toute La Soiree on TVA the French-Canadian television network.

Rich is no stranger to the live stage either. In addition to hosting hundreds of live events, Rich recently signed-in as the mystery guest, “Mister X” on the wildly popular game show What’s My Line in Hollywood, California.

Rich Fields has also been very busy working on network sitcoms. He has been cast in the ABC hit comedy According To Jim. Respecting the confidentiallity of the script, no further details can be released at this time.

Air dates for Rich’s appearance on According To Jim will be posted soon.

In addition, Rich was cast in the FOX hit comedy The War At Home starring Michael Rapaport. Rich appeared as an energetic game show host on the episode entitled, Be Careful What You Ask For. Rich’s performance was met with critical acclaim. You can view a clip of Rich Fields and Michael Rapaport by clicking the icon below.

During the summer of 2010 (prior to S39) it was announced that Rich Fields would not be returning as host of TPiR. For further information, click here.

Rich Field’s Official Site

- Rich Field’s on Facebook

5 Comments on “Bio – Rich Fields”

  1. Jery Hickman Says:

    What happen to Rich Fields, he hasn’t been on the show for a while? Jerry

  2. F.C.GEIGER Says:


  3. R. F. Fulk Says:

    I can’t believe they got rid of Rich. With Drew Carey and
    Rich Fields they have a wonderful show.

    The Asst Director should be the one fired.

  4. Colin Says:

    Information as to Rich Fields whereabouts circa Fall 2010 can be found here.

  5. Australian TV Free Says:

    This is really an interesting info about Rich Fields. I haven’t had any idea that his biography is so rich and great. Thanks for sharing!

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