Keeping the personal life far from the reach of fans and media is good to some extent. As everyone believes, it makes the relationship and bonding stronger than ever. TV personality and comedian Tom Bergeron is one of the famous faces who comes in the same category.
The couple of 36 years, Tom Bergeron and his wife Lois Bergeron is living a blessed life ever since they tied the knot. The couple with two adorable daughters are enjoying every moment of their family life the best way possible.
Dancing with the Stars Host Tom Bergeron's Married Life With Lois Bergeron
In the long list of TV celebs who keep their relationships and married life far from the glam world, Tom Bergeron might come on the top.
We all know that Bergeron is a married man. He is living a happy family life with wife, Lois Bergeron.
The couple has been together for decades-long, to say in particular, sources reported that the couple tied the knot in 1982. They made a rare public appearance in the after-party of the DWTS finale in Beverly Hills in 2014.
They share two adorable daughters named, Samantha Bergeron (born 7 October 1990) and Jessica Bergeron. The eldest girl worked as a production assistant at ABC after completing graduation from Emerson College.
She worked in the art department on ABC shows like Trophy Wife, How to Get Away with Murder, and Castle.
Bergeron often calls his daughters the 'lights of his life'.
As per some sources, the family splits time between Los Angeles and Greenwich, Connecticut.
"Bergeron has homes on both the East Coast and West Coast. His family is based on the East Coast, which has sometimes factored into his decisions about accepting job offers."
Bergeron and his wife have managed to keep their life far from the limelight with an intention to keep it away from unwanted gossips and speculations or what else might be the reason?
Still, let's praise the lovely couple!
Tom Bergeron's Career Highlights
Bergeron, 63, initiated his professional career as a host of a local game show, Granite State Challenge on New Hampshire Public Television. Some of his early contributions included on Evening Magazine in the 1980s.
His career rose to prominence as soon as he signed with ABC News as a guest host to Good Morning America. In 1998, he hosted Hollywood Squares.
After working in the Hollywood Squares for six years in a row, he hosted America's Funniest Home Videos.
Though he was not a good dancer, he began hosting the ABC's Dancing with the Stars with Erin Andrews.
Here an interview with Tom Bergeron on Hollywood Today Live talking about his stressful days on Live TV shows:
During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, he said,
"The idea of being an actual contestant? There'd be two problems. One, I don't think I'd last past week four. And two, I would not enjoy watching someone else host the show."
Furthermore, he co-hosted the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon from 2005 to 2010. He is also known for his role in A Capitol Fourth, an annual Independence Day Concert in 2012.
His final episode of America's Funniest Home Videos aired on 17 May 2015. He was replaced by Alfonso Ribeiro.
Tom Bergeron: Quick Facts
- Born on 6 May 1955 in Haverhill, Massachusetts to the family of Ray and Kay Bergeron.
- His birth sign is Taurus.
- He stands at a height of 5.74 feet (1.75m).
- He is of American Nationality; belongs to French, Canadian, and Irish descent.
- In the early 1990s, he worked in Boston television and WBZ Radio's The Tom Bergeron Show.
- He worked as a commentator and lifestyle reporter on WBZ-TV.
- He's also famous for his appearances on ABC's Good Morning America.
- He starred in a movie named Rock Slyde alongside Andy Dick, Jason Alexander, and Lea Thompson.
- He has an estimated net worth of about $16 million.