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 also done many announcing works such as Flamingo Fortune (of which he was a fill-in host for at least one episode), Gameshow Marathon, Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza, and most notably The Price is Right from 2004-2010; being the third longest running announcer. He is currently a meteorologist at KCBS2 and KCAL9 in Los Angeles.
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.