Thank you to our 2017 Celebrity Guest!
Best known for his role as Steve Brady in "Sex and the City," David Eigenberg stars as firefighter Christopher Herrmann in NBC's "Chicago Fire," which premieres Oct. 10. Eigenberg's family moved from New York to Chicago when he was four years old, and they lived in the city Evanston, Northbrook and Aurora before settling in Naperville. He played football at Naperville Central High School, from which he graduated in 1982. In 1983, he was cast in Dennis Rosa's musical "One Shining Moment" at the Drury Lane Theatre at Water Tower Place. It starred Megan Mullally, Kevin Anderson and Allan Ruck and the experience led him to enroll in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York.
Thank you to our 2017 Celebrity Co-Emcees!
Ryan Baker serves as CBS 2 Chicago′s lead sports anchor on the 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and
10 p.m. weekday newscasts. Baker joined CBS 2 Chicago from WMAQ-TV in Chicago, where he had worked as an anchor and reporter since 2003. He served as the host of the Chicago Bears pregame and postgame shows and as host of the Bruce Weber Coach’s Show on the Big Ten Network. Baker’s recent career highlights include reporting from Athens during the 2004 Olympics. In 2005, he covered the University of Illinois’ run to the Final Four and the White Sox’s historic World Series win. In 2007, he anchored and reported live from Miami
during the Bears’ Super Bowl run.
Pete has been a Chicago radio personality for almost 20 years.
Pete was born in Peoria, IL, number 6 out of 12 children (1 shower). While in college at Bradley University in Peoria, he started working as a morning show producer. He then went on to host mornings in Rockford, IL, and eventually moved to Chicago. Pete made his mark working at WCKG, the Loop and now the legendary 720AM WGN Radio.
You can see Pete on television weekly alongside Lou Canellis during football season for Bears pregame “Fox Kickoff Sunday.” He is an emmy award winning television host for “24/7” which aired on NBC Chicago.
Pete is very active in charity work, for Susan G. Komen Chicago, Easter Seals Peoria and One for the Kids Chicago. Pete is married with a family and lives in the city.