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Arsenio Hall (born February 12, 1955 or February 12, 1956) (sources vary) is an American comedian, actor, and talk show host. He is best known for hosting , a that ran from 1989 until polnische frauen suchen mann 1994, and a revival of the same show from 2013 to 2014.

Other television shows and films Hall has appeared in are , (host), (1988), and (1989). Hall is also known for his appearance as 's on the talk show .

In 2012, Hall won 's.

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Early years[]

Hall was born in, the son of Fred and Anne Hall. His father is a. Hall performed as a magician when he was a child. He graduated from in in 1973, after he briefly attended.

Hall later moved to Chicago, and then Los Angeles, to pursue a career in comedy, making a couple of appearances on . In 1984, he was the announcer/sidekick for during the short-lived talk show (a role for which he has on occasion noted his confusion with ).

He was also the original voice of in the cartoon from 1986 to 1987. In 1988, he co-starred in the comedy film with.

Talk shows[] polnische frauen im urlaub kennenlernen

In 1986, the network introduced , created to directly challenge . After a moderate start, ratings for the show sagged. Behind-the-scenes relations between Rivers and network executives at Fox quickly eroded, and Rivers left in 1987. The series was subsequently renamed The Late Show, and featured several hosts, including,, and before it was cancelled in 1988. Hall was also chosen to host the show in the fall of 1987, and his stint proved to be immensely popular, developing a cult following which eventually led to Hall landing his own show in syndication.

From January 2, 1989 until May 27, 1994, he had a contract to host a nationwide late night talk show, . The show became a breakout, late-night success, especially rating high among the coveted younger demographic and known for its audience's distinctive alternative to applause in chanting, "Roo, Roo, Roo!," while pumping their fists. The practice soon became such a ritual that by 1991 had become a " stamp of approval" — one that Hall said had become "so popular it's getting on people's nerves." The gesture was so well-known that it appeared in films such as and .

He also had a rivalry with after the latter was named host of , during which Hall said that he would "kick Jay's ass" in.

Hall used his fame during this period to help fight worldwide prejudice against after contracted the disease. Hall and Johnson filmed a about the disease that aired in the early 1990s.

Other television and radio work[]

Between 1988 and 1991, Hall hosted the. Over the years, he has appeared as a guest on numerous talk shows, in special features, as a voice actor, on game shows and other award shows. Since The Arsenio Hall Show ended, Hall had a leading role on television shows such as the short-lived sitcom (1997) and with (1999–2000), as well as hosted the revival of (2003–2004). While hosting Star Search, he popularized the "Hit me with the digits!".

Hall appeared as himself in in March 2004, when Chappelle was imagining "what Arsenio is doing right now" in a dinner scene. Hall has guest co-hosted Wednesday evenings on on 97.1 FM radio. Hall also hosted 's comedic web video show and 's 100 Greatest Black Power Moves. Hall also appeared on in May 2012, in a discussion commemorating the.

Hall was considered to be the host of the syndicated version of and filmed a pilot (there were six taped). However, by the time the syndicated series began on September 8, 2008, was chosen as the host.

He also appeared regularly on , and was a guest on . credits Arsenio for being the reason he had a late night show; Lopez appeared on more times than any other comedian. Lopez requested Hall be a co-host on (November 25, 2009) since he regarded Hall as his inspiration and the first "late night party show host". Hall has filled-in as guest host for NBC's (2011) and 's evening talk/interview program in 2012.

In 2012, Hall was a contestant on the fifth edition of , which began airing February 19, 2012. Hall represented his charity, the, which is dedicated to advancing economic and social equality by engaging minorities in every aspect of their communities; increasing academic and innovative achievement; and raising HIV/AIDS awareness, treatment and prevention. While Hall clashed with, he befriended a majority of the cast. On May 20, 2012, in the live season finale, Hall was chosen as the Celebrity Apprentice winner, being "hired" by billionaire real estate investor and future President of the United States over the other celebrity finalist, singer. For winning The Celebrity Apprentice, Hall won the $250,000 grand prize for his charity, in addition to any money he won for his charity for tasks he and his team won when he was a team leader on the show.

A revival of Hall's syndicated late-night talk show, , premiered September 9, 2013 on and other networks via. It was cancelled after one season due to low ratings. The last taping of the new show aired May 30, 2014.

Personal life[]

In 1997, after being out of the public eye for three years, Hall took an interview to dispel rumors regarding what had driven him off stage stating, "I went on the Internet and read I was in detox at, I got online under a fake name and typed in, 'I know Arsenio better than anyone else and he's not in detox, you idiots!'"

Hall has one son, born in 1999. Since the child's birth, Hall mostly took time off to raise his son before resuming in 2013. Hall had an interest in returning to the business eventually, but his decision was not confirmed until he appeared on in 2009 (although he initially considered a weekend show because he didn't want to compete in against his friend ).

On May 5, 2016, Hall filed a $5 million against after she claimed he had fueled drug habit and also had drugged her drink during a party at 's house. Hall dropped the lawsuit after O'Connor apologized and "unequivocally" retracted her allegations.

Recognition[]

Filmography[]

Film[]

List of film performances
Year Title Role Notes
1987 Apartment Victim
1988 Semmi, Extremely Ugly Girl, Morris, Reverend Brown
1989 Crying Man
1989 Himself single wohnungen wien provisionsfrei Music video
1992 Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You Himself – Host (Video)
1994 Himself
2005 Himself
2005 Dr. Carver, Bobby Proud
2006 Captain Crothers
2007 Himself
2008 Carl Cristall
2009 Tasty Freeze
2011 The Vote-Off Himself Short
2017 Himself

Television[]

Discography[]

As "Chunky A"[]

  • Large and in Charge (1989)

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