(1) We have Chuck Barris, best known for his Gong Show hosting duties. Interestingly enough, Barris passed away this past March at the age of 87. His show wasn't the first show in the 60's and 70's to push the occasional risqué sexual aspect with the various celebrity entertainers, but there was a rather memorable instance where celebrity Jaye P Morgan exposed her breasts during one of the telecasts. Let there be know doubt - Chuck Barris was indeed a gameshow pioneering legend.
(2) Gene Rayburn, host of the popular Match Game series back in the 60's and 70's. "Old man, Periwinkle said, "I never should've gone out with 'Rhonda.' After 20 minutes on her waterbed, I needed a _____ ("Blank.") While 'Old man Periwinkle' would go on to live forever more in gameshow lore, Rayburn sadly passed away back in 1991 at the age of 81. Match Game was a hugely popular gameshow and one of the top daytime draws back in the late-60's and early 70's.
(3) Bob Barker, who hosted the Price is Right from 1972 through 2007. He's still alive and kicking today at the ripe old age of 93, despite being exposed to some of the most beautiful cohosts on his show during his 35-year career as the lead for the series. It's worth noting that viagra had yet to be developed during that time. And... it's also worth noting that he kicked Happy Gilmore's ass back in '96 at the celebrity golf tournament. I guess the price wasn't wrong, bitch. And I'm equally impressed that he didn't die of exhaustion during his downtime while hosting the PIR.
(4) Wink Martindale was, perhaps, the most professional of all gameshow hosts. Always the gentleman, always dressed for the part in his best suits and ties.... known for Tic-Tac-Dough, which he hosted from 1978-1985. Former radio DJ, former radio personality. Wink probably bedded hundreds of women over the years but was too decent to admit it. Another gameshow legend who is still alive and kicking today, 83-years and counting.
(5) Previously known as Corporal Peter Newkirk from the Royal Air Force in the hit series, Hogan's Heroes, there's no telling how many women came under his British spell while working with his known philandering costar, Bob Crane. And, perhaps, a few Menage a Trois as well, given Crane's lifestyle. I'm sure there's some footage out there somewhere confirming as much anyway. Richard Dawson was a tremendous acting talent, who traded in his acting gig for a gameshow host gig on Family Feud back in the 70's and 80's. He was also a frequent celebrity panelist in Match Game with Gene Rayburn as the host back in the 70's, which ultimately inspired him to pursue that particular tv genre in his career. No matter the girth, age, or overall appearance of his Family Feud female gameshow contestants, Dawson was always eager to stick his tongue down their throats in a prolonged, sensual kiss. It's anyone's best guess as to how many cases of mono he contracted during those years hosting the show, but he will always be remembered as the ever-friendly kissing host in one of the most popular gameshow series in tv history. He passed away back in 2012 at the age of 79.
(6) And lastly... Chuck Woolery, who's actually had more wives than he has gameshow hosting gigs. Best known for his early foray into the gameshow industry as the successful lead host with Vanna White on Wheel of Fortune, Chuck moved on to the Love Connection gameshow back in the mid 80's to mid-90's. I remember watching Love Connection during my 90-minute lunch break while back in garrison at Fort Benning, Ga, and always pondered how many female contestants from the show that he'd personally given a trial-run prior to them being a contestant.... there's likely a reason why he ended up having 4 wives. At 76 years of age, Woolery is better known these days for pimping "Blue Emu" and "Australian Dream Cream" over-the-counter medical/sports salves on satellite radio advertisements.
So there you have it... you can only pick one.
I gotta go with Richard Dawson, personally. He was more than just a gameshow host... he was as much a great actor back in his day as he was a schmoozer with the ladies on Family Feud. That guy was epic.