Mar. 12th, 1960
Fontana, California, U.S.
Roger Lodge's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2010 - Why Did I Get Married Too?
1996 - The Fan
1988 - Not of This Earth
Guest TV Roles
Lodge was born as Rogelio Chavez in Fontana, California and raised in Cerritos, California. From 1999 to 2006, Lodge was the host of the syndicated dating show Blind Date. Lodge has been the host of The Price Is Right Live! stage productions in Las Vegas, Nevada and Atlantic City, New Jersey and in July 2007, he began hosting a new game show called Camouflage on GSN. He also served as fill-in host for Jim Rome, on ESPN'S Jim Rome Is Burning in December 2007. He can now be heard hosting "The Sports Lodge" every morning on AM 830 KLAA. Lodge was also on That's So Raven; he played the host on Termi Date on That's So Raven. He currently does a sport segment for the KTLA Morning News.
Prior to hosting Blind Date, Lodge was a guest host on the E! Entertainment show Talk Soup. He also hosted his own half-hour weekly show for the Sci-Fi Channel entitled Sci-Fi Vortex.
Lodge's acting credits include appearances on the ABC sitcom Full House, CBS's Yes, Dear, and UPN's The Parkers. He also appeared in the Robert De Niro film The Fan.
Lodge is an admitted sports trivia buff. From 2003 - 2005, Lodge hosted a local sports talk radio show on KMPC 1540 AM, "The Ticket", based in Santa Monica, California. Lodge is also a frequent guest on the ESPN show, Jim Rome Is Burning. Lodge also occasionally guest-hosts The Jim Rome Show on radio. In 2004, he hosted the ESPN game show ESPN Trivial Pursuit. In late 2005, Lodge joined station KLAC (aka AM 570 Sports) as a fill-in host. He also serves as the play-by-play announcer for the Gender Bowl.
In 2004, Lodge's wife, Pamela Paulshock gave birth to a baby boy named Peyton. In August 2006, Lodge's wife gave birth to a baby girl named Alexandra. Lodge has another son, Brandon Lodge, from a previous marriage.
He attended Whittier College and played on the basketball team. Lodge won the Celebrity 3-Point Shootout during NBA All-Star Weekend, both in 2004 and 2005.
He is currently doing the morning show on radio station KLAA (AM) 830 AM, which is owned by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim baseball team and serves as their radio flagship station At the same time, he makes several appearances on truTV's The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest... as a commentator.
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