Neil Clark Warren, the wise old matchmaker of eHarmony, is stepping down as CEO. The octogenarian psychologist who dispenses advice in eHarmony commercials is no longer chief executive officer, the company said on Tuesday.
What happened to the Eharmony guy?
Neil Clark Warren (born September 18, 1934) is an American clinical psychologist, Christian theologian, seminary professor and co-founder of the online relationship sites eHarmony and Compatible Partners. After retiring in 2007, Warren came out of retirement in July 2012, returning as the chief executive of eHarmony.
Is Neil Clark Warren still with Eharmony?
In 2007, He Stepped Down as eharmony CEO, Returned in 2012, and Stepped Down Again in 2016. After decades of counseling work and seven years with eharmony, Neil retired in 2007, when he moved to Kennebunkport, Maine, with his wife. Neil still remains Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Who is the guy in the Eharmony commercial?
Neil Clark Warren, founder and chairman of eHarmony - hes the guy on those commercials trying to convince lonely singles to sign up to meet their match online - just said, On second thought, dont get married.
Who is eHarmony owned by?
ProSiebenSat.1 Media Eharmony (styled eHarmony) is an online dating website launched in 2000. eHarmony is based in Los Angeles, California, and owned by German mass media company ProSiebenSat. 1 Media.