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Rich Fields
Name: Richard Wayne Fields
Born: November 30, 1960
Birth Hometown: Bay Village, Ohio
Occupation: Host, Announcer, Meteorologist
Years active: 1979-present
Known for: his broadcasting, announcing and meteorology career

Richard Wayne "Rich" Fields (born on November 30, 1960, from Bay Village, Ohio) is an American broadcaster, meteorologist, and announcer.


He was a meteorologist at a CBS station in Florida. He has done many announcing works such as Flamingo Fortune (of which he was a fill-in host for at least one episode). He also did Gameshow Marathon, Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza, and most notably The Price is Right from 2004-2010; being the fourth longest-running announcer. He is currently a meteorologist at WTSP-TV in Tampa, Florida. He was also a meteorologist for KCBS & KCAL-TV in Los Angeles, CA.

When the nighttime version of Card Sharks was in development, he was considered to host the show but was turned down in favor of Bill Rafferty instead.

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