11 Facts About Robin Leach


Robin Douglas Leach was a British entertainment reporter and writer from London.

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Robin Leach was born in London, the son of Violet Victoria and Douglas Thomas Robin Leach, a sales executive.

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Robin Leach moved on to the Daily Mail as Britain's youngest "Page One" reporter at age 18.

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Robin Leach got his start in television as a regular contributor to AM Los Angeles, with Regis Philbin and Sarah Purcell on KABC-TV.

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Robin Leach was a guest at the World Wrestling Federation's WrestleMania IV, where he read the rules for the championship tournament.

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On 10 February 1995, Robin Leach played himself in a special appearance on the American family sitcom Boy Meets World in Season 2, episode 17 entitled "On the Air".

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Robin Leach appeared in the 2006 documentary film Maxed Out, which chronicled the rise of the credit card industry in the United States and the concurrent increased personal debt among working-class people.

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Robin Leach remarked, "Nobody would watch Lifestyles of the Poor and Unknown".

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Robin Leach appeared with his wife in an episode of Celebrity Wife Swap, in which he swapped wives with Eric Roberts.

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Robin Leach appeared in the Vice Channel series Most Expensivest, with the rapper 2 Chainz.

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Robin Leach married Judith Desser in 1968, and they divorced in 1977.

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