Eugene Edward "Gene" Wood (born October 20, 1925, from Quincy, Massachusetts; died May 21, 2004, in Boston, Massachusetts) was an announcer on many Mark Goodson shows as well as a host on a few others. When he retired from game shows in 1996, he did voice-overs for the Game Show Network until 1998. Wood died of lung cancer on May 21, 2004 at age 78.
- Supermarket Sweep (1966, sub)
- Beat the Clock (1969-1972)
- Family Feud (1976-1985, 1987 pilots, 1988-1995)
- Family Feud Challenge (1992-1993)
- Now You See It (1974 (sub), 1985 unsold pilot)
- Tattletales (1974-1978)
- Showoffs (1975)
- Double Dare (1977)
- Password Plus (1979-1982)
- Child's Play (1982-1983)
- Match Game Hollywood Squares Hour (1983-1984)
- Super Password (1984-1989)
- The Price is Right (1985, sub)
- Matchmates (1985 unsold pilot)
- Body Language (1985-1986)
- Oddball (1986 unsold pilot)
- On a Roll (1986 unsold pilots)
- Love Connection (1985-1988)
- Your Number's Up (1985, first few weeks)
- Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak (1986)
- Card Sharks (1978-1981, 1986-1989)
- Win, Lose or Draw (1987-1990)
- Body Talk (1990 unsold pilots)
- Classic Concentration (1985 unsold pilots, 1987-1991)
- Match Game (1990-1991; was also a panelist in 1974)
- Cash Tornado (1993 unsold pilot)
- Baby Races (1993-1994)
- Family Challenge (1995-1996)
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- Although Gene Wood's first announcing game show was Beat the Clock from 1969 to 1972, he later switched from announcing that show to hosting the show from '72 until '74.
- Before Gene Wood announced Match Game in the early 1990s, he became a panelist in 1974.
- At the end of any game show, Gene Wood's closing statement was always "This is Gene Wood speaking for (insert game show's title)". A Mark Goodson [Bill Todman] Television Production.".