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When Woolery sang "Delta Dawn" on Griffin's talk show, it seemed as if his career as a vocalist had finally taken flight.
Griffin, however, was interested in Woolery as the host of a new game show he was developing called Shopper's Bazaar.
In the summer of 1974, he was was featured as a vocalist on a short-lived revival of Your Hit Parade.
Chuck Woolery went on to host several other game shows, most notably Love Connection from 1983 to 1994.
In 1961, at the age of 20, he wed a woman named Margaret Hayes. Chuck Woolery's second wife was actress Jo Ann Pflug, with whom he shares a daughter, Melissa.
The couple raised three children: adopted son Cary, who is now about 56 or 57 years old; daughter Katherine (known as Kitty), who is now about 48 or 49 years old, and another son, Chad,, who is deceased. Pflug, who is now 74 years old, is best known for her role as Samantha "Big Jack" Jack in the hit 1980s TV series The Fall Guy, starring Lee Majors. They announced their plans to divorce in early 1982.
In January of 1986, 19-year-old Chad was killed in a motorcycle accident in Brentwood, California when his vehicle crashed into a median. Woolery told People magazine that his son "liked to sing and play the guitar. In May of 1982, Pflug told The Pittsburgh Press that "Chuck and I are happier being divorced friends than married enemies." Melissa, who was six when her parents' marriage ended, is now about 38 or 39 years old.
Chuck Woolery's third wife was Teri Nelson, the stepdaughter of the late actor/producer/director David Nelson, son of famed television stars Ozzie and Harriet.