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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) Ed Allen (b. c. 1929[1] in Detroit, Michigan, United States[2]) was a television host noted for his syndicated exercise programs. Allen was an actor and singer in the United States during his early career, becoming a television program host in 1948.[2] His program was broadcast on 43 American television stations, resulting in fan mail of 3000 letters a week.[3] In 1963, television producer Randy Dandy Martin brought Allen into Canada, recording 65 half-hour episodes of the exercise show in five days. Shortly after his 2 September 1963 debut on CHCH-TV in Hamilton, Ontario,[3] the station received 1131 letters in a nine-day span, raising expectations of syndication throughout Canada.[4] 195 episodes of The Ed Allen Show were produced by the Canadian production team of Al Guest and Jean Mathieson. Ed Allen had a following of millions of viewers and fans, from all over the world. His exercise Show was still being distributed in the early 90’s. The format was usually set somewhere on a beach; in the late 1960s, the filming location was in Montego Bay, Jamaica at the Half Moon Hotel, specifically the Kennedy Beach House.[5] Barbie, Ed’s second wife was a regular providing various routines. Vinyl LP’s and videos were available. Ed wore a distinctive one-piece polyester jumpsuit while he did his calesthenics. In the late 1960s, he earned an estimated annual income of at least USD$100 000.[1] Bibliography 1976: The Ed Allen Exercise Book (Coles)[1] References ^ a b "One & Kick & Two, And Stick Out Your Tongue". Time. 16 February 1968.,9171,837873,00.html. Retrieved 2008-05-19.  Describes TV exercise hosts; Allen's age listed as 39 at that time. ^ a b Kastner, Susan (9 September 1963). "Ladies Prefer Ed For Weight-Paring". Toronto Star. p. 41.  ^ a b Kirby, Blaik (3 September 1963). "He'll Flex Muscles, Do Bends". Toronto Star. p. 18.  ^ Barker, Gerry (22 October 1963). "In Town & Out". Toronto Star. p. 19.  ^ "Easy-going Ed Allen has built a remarkable TV career on". Ottawa Citizen. 1 October 1969.,1664229. Retrieved 25 January 2010.  Persondata Name Allen, Ed Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This Canadian biographical article related to television is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e