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The Howie Mandel TV show was shot in Los Angeles and lasted for one season
The Howie Mandel Show
Established comedian and television star Howie Mandel hosted and served as executive producer of The Howie Mandel Show, a short-lived daytime talk/variety show produced and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television. Mandel has since found success as the host of a different show, the NBC game show Deal or No Deal. He has another series for NBC as well, called Howie Do It.
Mandel first rose to fame as a stand-up comedian, and appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson more then 20 times. His profile was heightened with his role as Dr. Wayne Fiscus on the multi-Emmy Award-winning medical drama St. Elsewhere, which ran from 1982-88. Mandel's credits as both comedian and actor are extensive. He headlined his 10th cable special, "HBO Comedy Hour: Howie Mandel on Ice." Upon completion of that same-titled tour he performed in sold out concerts in major venues across the country, including Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, and Caesar's Palace. Aside from his touring schedule, Howie Mandel also had success with several seasons of the animated series Bobby's World. As executive producer, Mandel was involved in writing, as well as providing the voice of Bobby, Bobby's dad, and other characters. Since becoming the first animated series for the Fox Kids Network in 1990, Bobby's World garnered several Emmy Award nominations. Mandel has taken his respected sensibilities with kids to release a series of interactive animated CD-ROM's aimed at educating children while entertaining them. The discs are distributed by 7th Level and include "Tuneland," "Lil' Howie's Great Word Adventure, "Lil' Howie's Great Math Adventure" and "Lil' Howie's Great Reading Adventure." An instant success, the CD-ROM series has won 36 awards and critical acclaim worldwide.
A Toronto native, Howie Mandel owned carpet stores before beginning his comedy career on a dare during a business trip to Los Angeles in 1979, when his friends coaxed him to perform on amateur night at the legendary Comedy Store. A producer in the crowd that night hired him on-the-spot to appear on the comedy game show Make Me Laugh. That run led to talk show appearance, a stint as Diana Ross's opening act, and eventually led to his role on St. Elsewhere.He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.