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Wink Martindale est un Acteur Américain né le 4 décembre 1934 à Jackson (Etats-Unis)

Wink Martindale

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Nom de naissance Winston Conrad Martindale
Nationalité Etats-Unis
Naissance 4 décembre 1934 (86 ans) à Jackson (Etats-Unis)

Winston Conrad "Wink" Martindale (born December 4, 1934) is an American disc jockey and television game show host. In his six-decade career, he is best known for hosting Tic Tac Dough from 1978 to 1985, for hosting Gambit from 1972 to 1976, and again from 1980 to 1981 (also known as Las Vegas Gambit) and Debt, from 1996 to 1998.

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He divorced his first wife Madelyn in 1971, and married his second wife, Sandy (née Ferra), in 1975. He has four children, all from his first marriage: Lisa, Lynn, Laura, and Wink, Jr. He also has seven grandchildren: Emilee, Stephen, and Blake from Lisa; Matthew and Hannah from Lynn; and Erin and Tara from Laura; plus three great-grandchildren from Emilee—Emma, Charlie, and Ellie.

Wink has a few dogs named after the various game shows he hosted.

Martindale is a born-again Christian.

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Filmographie de Wink Martindale (3 films)

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Safety Patrol, 1h32
Réalisé par Savage Steve Holland
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Aventure
Acteurs Bug Hall, Leslie Nielsen, Lainie Kazan, Curtis Armstrong, Stephanie Farcy, Alex McKenna
Rôle Lui-même
Note43% 2.178142.178142.178142.178142.17814
Scout Bozell has always dreamed of becoming a member of the safety patrol at his school, Rockridge Middle School. However, his clumsy, bumbling, hazardous nature prevents him from doing so. In one such instance shown at the film's beginning, while he picks up a banana peel on the ground and describing how hazardous is it, a kid trips over his backpack, causing his marbles to roll out and the kids to slip on them, one girl sending her lunchbox flying and it hits the principal on the head. As Scout swings his backpack to put the banana peel in the garbage, he knocks a kid off his bike, setting off a chain reaction that ends with a plastic squirrel the bike crashed into hitting a truck full of giant frozen tuna, which slide on the road and eat the last member of the safety patrol, "Joe Lobes" Lobenick, leaving him severely traumatized, and deleting the list of safety patrol until he recovers. The teachers try to convince Principal Tromp to put Scout on safety patrol, as he is the only one left on the list. Tromp agrees, but gets the school boundaries changed, transferring Scout to Laurelview Middle School.
Medusa: Dare to Be Truthful, 51minutes
Réalisé par Julie Brown, John Fortenberry
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Musical
Acteurs Bobcat Goldthwait, Carol Leifer, Kathy Griffin, Wink Martindale, Chris Elliott, Tom Kenny
Note76% 3.8239653.8239653.8239653.8239653.823965
The film begins with the camera panning through pictures of Medusa's album covers and film posters eventually showing her lying in a bed while getting a massage and her hair done. She starts telling the viewers about how lonely she feels since her tour ended. The film then flashes back to when Medusa was rehearsing her " Blonde Leading the Blonde Tour". After being crushed by a giant genitalia statue, Medusa explains in a voice-over how the tour was a technical nightmare. Eventually, the tour begins in the Philippines, only for Medusa to find out that she was performing during the eruption of a volcano. In an interview, Medusa's manager Benny explains how Medusa's first single " Like a Video" ("Like a Virgin") was a hit for MTV, leading into a parody performance of Madonna's " Blond Ambition" version. After that, Medusa is shown talking to her boyfriend. The tour then moves to Japan where Medusa tells her poverty stricken dancers that they'll be receiving a pay cut. Another shows women protesting Medusa and her director showing how Medusa gained the inspiration to shoot a music video involving robbing a store. Finally, the tour moves to the U.S where Medusa and her dancers play a game of Truth or Dare. After that, she is shown being at a party where a director who tries to get her to star in a movie similar to "Heidi". Later, while Medusa is listing negative things about people, Bobcat Goldthwait shows up and gets offended when he sees Medusa gag after he called her show "neat". After that, Medusa is shown reciting lines from "Romeo and Juliet " while a voice-over explains that Medusa is planning to star in the Broadway show after the tour, and that her ex- husband Shane Pencil was helping her, but Shane gets fed up with Medusa and he leaves. Another voice-over during one of Medusa's show explains her she almost died during "Expose Yourself" ("Express Yourself") as she got electrocuted. After that, Medusa is shown visiting her dog's grave, only to find out she was at the wrong grave. While in Atlanta, Police Officers show up and explain that Medusa will be arrested if she shows her "muffin". Medusa performs " Party in My Pants" and " Vague" ( "Like a Prayer", "Into the Groove", and "Vogue") as . Medusa then goes to the officers to get arrested only for them to ask her for an autograph. Finally, the tour finishes in New York and while Medusa is saying goodbye to the dancers, it is revealed that Medusa was viewing the footage while trying to find an ending. She ends up in the hospital to get a toy dino removed while a montage of clips plays with "Live to Survive" ( "Live to Tell") . The dancers come to visit her, and the film ends with them trying to sleep.
Let's Rock!, 1h19
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Musical
Thèmes La musique, Musique
Acteurs Phyllis Newman, Conrad Janis, Joy Harmon, Paul Anka, Della Reese, Wink Martindale
Rôle Lui-même
Note50% 2.5044452.5044452.5044452.5044452.504445
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