MARINE CORPS VETERAN TAKES A SPIN ON AMERICA’S GAME®

Marine Corps veteran Frank Villalobos will be a contestant on Wheel of Fortune on Monday, December 27, 2021. Frank is currently an insurance agent living in Los Angeles who has one daughter. He raves that he loves being a girl dad. Frank comes from a small, tight-knit family and calls his grandmother his best friend.

Family is also what brought him to Wheel of Fortune. Frank has watched America’s Game® since he was a kid and credits his mom with encouraging him to start the application process.

Now that he’s on the show, Frank looks forward to “seeing Pat’s swagger up close.” His strategy is to buy lots of vowels in hopes of winning enough to embark on making some of his other dreams come true including buying a home and opening his own small insurance shop.

WHERE TO WATCH: Check your local station at https://www.wheeloffortune.com/not-your-station-form

It’s never been easier to audition to become a contestant. Wheel of Fortune fans can submit applications at BE A CONTESTANT for a chance to be invited to a virtual audition.





There, potential contestants can show off their puzzle-solving skills and potentially be selected to appear as a contestant on the show from the comfort of their own homes. If selected to be on the show, everyone goes home with a minimum of $1,000.

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