Posted by Shirley Brady on January 18, 2011 11:30 AM
A fixture of daytime TV is stepping down. Regis Philbin announced he is retiring from daytime television, and will step away from his 28-year-running talk show at the end of the summer. The former Who Wants to be a Millionaire host will no doubt continue his lucrative side-career as a pitchman. A few of his many endorsements, after the jump.
Commerce Bank (with Kelly Ripa):
TD Bank (also with Ripa):
Hummer H2 (with model Alessandra Ambrosio):
Nabisco's Harvest Crisp crackers:
Hai Karate (with Joey Bishop):
Besides Ripa, Philbin has appeared in commercials with former co-host Kathie Lee Gifford — here, for MCI:
He pitched his version of a workout in the '90s, with a NYC landmark tour:
And released an album last year with his wife, Joy:
More about: Regis Philbin, Celebrities, Personal Brands, Entertainment, TV, Kelly Ripa, Kathie Lee Gifford, Joy Philbin, Commerce Bank, Harvest Crisp, Hummer, MCI, Nabisco, Pepsi, TD Bank
Jeff Ogden says:
Good luck Regis. I'm a Notre Dame grad too. You had a great career.God, Country, Notre Dame.
January 18, 2011 11:40 AM #
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