In Lingo episode 230 (Thalia & Whitney .vs. David & Adam) we discover Chuck Woolery used to fish offshore for tuna. He would slice it and eat it (sashimi style) right there while fishing.
According to The Guinness Book of World Records, the world's largest bobblehead is modeled after Chuck Woolery.
Chuck Woolery currently hosts the show Lingo.
Chuck's son Chad, from his first wife, died tragically in a motorcycle accident in 1986, aged 19.
Chuck married Kim Barnes on July 17, 2006, at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. It is his fourth marriage.
Chuck married Jo Ann Pflug in 1973 and they divorced in 1980. He would then marry Margaret Hayes with whom he had three children they would later divorce. He has since married Teri Nelson in 1984 and as of June of 2003 they separated they have 2 children together.
Chuck claims he has nightmares of being attacked by a large calico cat named Skippy.
Chuck wrote the 1968 hit Naturally Stoned by studio group Avant-Garde.
Chuck went under the knife in 1996 for a quadruple bypass.
Chuck attended Eastern Kentucky University which is located in Richmond KY.
Chuck has a distinctive trade mark. He gives a hand signal before each commercial break of two digits, while saying back in 2 and 2, meaning two minutes, two seconds.
Chuck was born Charles Herbert Woolery.
In 1974 the movie Sonic Boom was released and Chuck was featured in it.
Chuck played Victor Spivak in the movie Evil in the Deep.
Chuck played the Tennis Pro in the movie A Guide for the Married Woman released in 1978.
Chuck was the host for Love Connection for it's entirety.
Chuck did a TV commercial for Six Pack in 1982.
Chuck recorded the song Naturally Stoned with Elkin Bubba Fowler and the group Avant-Garde in 1968. It was a top 40 hit and was #1 for seven days.
Chuck Woolery: A guy called me smarmy one time. I had to call him up and ask him what it meant.
Chuck Woolery: Being a lady is an attitude.