West Virginia native pens biography about versatile game show host Bill Cullen
For most of his life, Vienna native Adam Nedeff has had a love for all that is the game show. Growing up, he came to admire one above all others: Bill Cullen.
Now living and working in Los Angeles, Nedeff is taking that appreciation and sharing it with the world.
The Marshall University graduate has written a new book called: "Quizmaster: The Life and Times and Fun and Games of Bill Cullen." In the book, Nedeff chronicles the remarkable life of pioneer broadcaster Cullen, a self-described "kid with polio" from Pittsburgh who became a mechanic, truck driver, airplane pilot, photographer, disc jockey, and one of the most prolific stars in television history.
Prolific entertainers such as Dick Clark, Pat Sajak and Bob Barker, among others, cite Cullen as the best game show host of all time.