is not Jeopardy and does not give a contestants name. The contestants on Wheel of Fortune are only known by there first names
No Wheel of Fortune not provide that information on there contestants. There have been thousands of contestants since the Nighttime Syndicated Wheel of Fortune Began in September 1983
Contestants are not made public on Wheel of Fortune and go by there first names
Contestants on Wheel of Fortune are only announced with first names during the show
College Students were the contestants
Wheel of Fortune does not give the last names of contestants like Jeopardy
Names of the Contestants are not available on any Wheel of Fortune site. If you have a acceptable reason you might contact the Wheel of Fortune show for the information. They maintain names of the contestants because they are not allowed to reappear on the program. (see the related link)
You might have to write the show and include reasons to obtain an answer to your question. While a record of the Jeopardy contestant names are maintained in the Jeopardy Archive see related link they do not include the names of the contestants in the Wheel of Fortune puzzle history in the link for Wheel of Fortune puzzle history see related link
The contestants solve the puzzles.
Unlike Jeopardy contestants keep the money won or get theminimum$1000
The Puzzle and contestants are different for each show or the Spin ID is different for the home Wheel of Fortune winners
Why would they have a height limit
There was a Wheel of Fortune spin off called Wheel 2000 (see related Link) that allowed kids from 10 to 15 to be on the program. On the regular Wheel of Fortune I remember a Girl and her friend both won cars and yet were too young to be able to Drive. Contestants on Wheel of Fortune are not like the Contestants on Jeopardy where you are given the full name and age. On Wheel of Fortune that information is rarely given so it would be impossible to determine who the youngest or oldest players were unless it was released. Even the show might not have complete records of the over 16,000 past contestants of the nighttime Wheel of Fortune Syndicated TV Show. Records might not even exist for the 30,000 total contestants from the Daytime and Nighttime programs.
You guess what the answer to the puzzle is as the contestants spin the Wheel, call a letter, and buy a vowel.
They were the contestants from the original episode date of January 21 2011. Wheel of Fortune contestants are not like a Jeopardy show contestants who provide a full name, occupation, and location and are available after the show in the Jeopardy Archive. Wheel of Fortune contestant identities are private and they only provide a first name during the program which is not available after the program has aired.
Wheel of fortune does not identify the contestants. They provide only first names. You are thinking of Jeopardy with the following contestants :Sean Priest, a high school vice principal from San Francisco, CaliforniaDaniel Cohen, an actor from Astoria, New YorkPaul Wampler, a web programmer from Knoxville, Tennessee (whose 2-day cash winnings total $33,401)Wheel of fortune does not identify the contestants. They provide only the first names for the 6 contestants on the show.
yes they keep and pay taxes on what they win
That is not sometime that can be obtained after the show is aired
People on the show are not identified so how would someone tell you who has caught there clothing. Wheel of Fortune gives a "First" name for contestants
Can I have a hug was the Wheel of Fortune Bonus Puzzle for September 28 2012
Far Behind was the Wheel of Fortune answer for Wednesday, September 28 2011
Lighthouse was the Wheel of Fortune Bonus Puzzle for September 21 2012
Watching the contestants win money
Not that far, but over 20 feet
The answer to the Wheel of Fortune bonus puzzle on September 29 2009 is I Had A Hunch