Randy West Quotes


29 Randy West quotes:



"Also at the top of the list was my three day appearance on 'Press Your Luck'. In addition to the intense competition of each of those games, it slowly started to dawn on me in the minutes between tapings that I was winning some serious money."
"As I slowly managed to take what I had learned into a transition from contestant to announcer and warm-up, I first had to prove myself on pilots. And as you know, many pilots are taped for each show that is lucky enough to breakthrough to being a series."
"Because of my tremendous respect for Bob Barker and for the show's high standards of professionalism I consider this a tremendous honor that few announcers have ever been treated to. Both Rod's and Johnny's shoes are huge; I can't think about filling them."
"For anyone who works in front of an audience there is no thrill quite like that of feeling and hearing the evidence of the audience members' enjoyment. Laughter and applause really are powerful."
"I enjoy 'Supermarket Sweep' because of its adlib demands in following the fast action."
"Most producers I've known were writers first, and writing is a vital part of any game show. You could easily argue that the writing is the key ingredient that makes 'Jeopardy!' so great."
"That's where this exciting bundle of energy and joy named Johnny Olson made his entrance and ultimately did the announcing. I had never seen anything like what I was involved in for the next 15 minutes!"
"'What's My Line' 1971 was a magical experience as I was still in my teens, and it was my first appearance. You know how they say you never forget 'your first'!"
"Yet as a team, we can pull together to do some incredible work."
"You see and work with many of the same people over and over again; they are all specialists in what they do. I could never do their jobs, and they say they wouldn't know how to start to do a warm-up."
"At Johnny's suggestion I pursued a career in radio that eventually brought me to Los Angeles."
"Because these show are live, script pages are being switched during the program and new commercial teases might be yelled in your ear with just enough time to scribble them on scrap paper before reading them."
"I would suggest finding any way possible to watch, learn, and be involved; make the effort to develop mentoring relationships whenever possible."
"The marriage of my radio experience with my love of game shows contributed to the passion to dedicate myself to building an announcing career."
"I can say without hesitation that there is certainly no greater show to be a contestant on than 'Price' - the prizes can be huge, and the whole world loves and watches the show. It's an American institution!"
"Over the long hours of taping 5, 6 or 7 episodes a day, we develop a great sense of family."
"Todd Newton and I have exchanged a few radio stories, and he agrees that radio was an important part of his experience, as well."
"I'm always most excited about the job I'm doing at the present, and that's especially true about 'Price' because of my respect for the show and it's production team."
"Of course watching a particularly exciting game or a wonderful contestant is always a joy."
"Remember, while the work can sometimes appear to be simple to a viewer, the ability to perform expertly, consistently, precisely, over and over again, under pressure and on demand is what's needed."



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