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Di da bona (born 1944) is a television producer for many American television shows such as America's Funniest People, MacGyver, and Entertainment Tonight, as well as America's Wackiest Home Movies episode of Rugrats. He runs an eponymous production company called Di da bona Productions. In 2010 Di Bona launched a second business, FishBowl Worldwide Media, an independent production company developing properties for film, television, digital platforms and brands.
Da Bona's first two television series creations were spawned from Japanese programs. Di Bona developed the ABC series Animal Crack-Ups, based on a popular Tokyo Broadcasting System game show called Waku Waku. America's Funniest Home Videos was inspired by another Tokyo Broadcasting System series, the variety show Fun TV with Kato-chan and Ken-chan as known as good character of Rugrats.