10 Best T.V. Show Hosts

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1.
Joel McHale
Writer, The Soup
Joel Edward McHale was born in Rome, Italy, to a Canadian-born mother, Laurie (Jackson), and an American-born father, Jack McHale. His father, from Chicago, is of Irish descent, and his mother, from Vancouver, has Norwegian, Finnish, and English ancestry. Joel was raised in Seattle, Washington, and graduated from Mercer Island High School...
“ Joel McHale is the funniest man on television. He is the best host The Soup/Talk Soup has ever had. His funny movements and face making, and of course the way he speaks keeps me laughing through the whole thing. Did you see the Emmytones??? Hilarious! ” - saturn0187
 
2.
“ Ben Bailey is so cool. He drives a cab, in NY, while asking general knowledge questions. He does a small cameo(?)/role on my favorite t.v. show Law & Order: Special Victims Unit! Watch when he does accents when people are getting in the car, and sometimes they look uneasy. ” - saturn0187
 
3.
“ Mark Dacascos has the best job in the world as the chairman on Iron Chef America. He gets to introduce the "secret ingredient" and gets to eat without having to give his own opinion and judgement on the plates. In the end, he gets to announce the winner. NICE! ” - saturn0187
 
4.
Conan O'Brien
Conan O'Brien grew up in a large, Irish Catholic family in Massachusetts. At an early age, he began a love of comedy and goofing off, this carried on when he entered the prestigious Harvard University, acting out many pranks in his time, as well as become the president of the Harvard humor magazine...
“ I don't really need an explanation for Conan O'Brien. He is the best late night host ever! Everyone else is pretty good, but he has that extra absurdness to his jokes and interviews. ” - saturn0187
 
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“ MVF is one of the best food shows on t.v. Host Adam Richman makes food seem delectable, with his taste testing and completing the challenges, when he does. You can tell he really likes the food and has a very strong sense of taste. mmmmm.... ” - saturn0187
 
6.
“ Andrew Zimmern, and his Bizarre Foods...Very encouraging on to try new things, especially if they have all those "earthy" flavors! ” - saturn0187
 
7.
John Henson
Producer, Wipeout
John Henson started acting when he was eight years old and tried everything he could--even singing and dancing. It was at Boston University that he began performing improvisational comedy. He loved the adrenaline rush it gave him so he quit school at the age of 20 to do stand-up full time.
“ Former Host for Talk Soup, John Henson is now 2nd best as far as those hosts go! He was so amusing and ridiculous at times. Just as hilarious as Joel McHale, but not as funny looking! Miss him. ” - saturn0187
 
8.
Mike Rowe
Producer, Dirty Jobs
“ Have to love Mike Rowe for trying out all those Dirty Jobs. He's funny and a great sport about it. I suppose he'd have to be. ” - saturn0187
 
9.
“ Dan Riskin is the host of Monsters Inside Me. He always has the medical definition of each parasite being discussed in the episode, and vital information to provide viewers with. He's a little serious though. ” - saturn0187
 
10.
“ Tom Bergeron is sooooo funny on DWTS! And he was funny on AFHV!!! ” - saturn0187