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One of the biggest moments in Ted Ishle's life happened in a restroom. Ted was fresh out of college and had just gotten a job as a tour guide at the NBC Television studios in New York City. ed was standing in the NBC men's room, when in walked David Letterman, who gave him a nod and proceeded to a neighboring urinal. In a strage way, Ted knew he had made it. Thankfully, most of the other big mements in Ted's career have happened outside teh bathroom. Read more... for comedy feature reporting (at KSHB-TV Kansas City, and KTRK-TV Houston), and has had a nightly comedy feature reporting segment on some of the most- watched television stations in the country. In the early 1990's Ted worked as a writer on "The Joker's Wild" game show and later on the Dom DeLuise version of "Candid Camera." Soon after that, he left Los Angeles and became a feature reporter at the NBC station in Kansas City, MO. After five successful years, he moved on to a comedy feature reporting slot at KTRK-TV, the ABC station in Houston, TX. His stories often appeared on the ABC show "World News Now." Ted left KTRK in 2001 and along with his wife Beth (a former "Days of Our Lives" actress) opened an acting studio for kids in Houston. Ted and his wife have a nine year old son named Brooks. Ted continues to write comedy and is working on a sit-com pilot.