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9 Actors Who Appeared On 'The Dating Game' Before They Were Famous

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Tom Sellek

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A mustache-free Tom Selleck is always a strange sight. But I guess it worked well for him because he was on the show in 1965 and 1967.

Bob Saget

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He was on the show twice, winning one of the episodes. Although he did reveal he didn't get to go on his prize winning trip to Guatemala because there were some issues in the country at the time.  

Suzanne Somers

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She got to try and pick her dream man from three bachelors, and she ended up with fellow actor,  B. G. Fisher. They got to go to the Bahamas together!

Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Very early in his career, Schwarzenegger appeared on the classic game show. He ended up winning a trip to Hawaii!

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