Tom Kennedy, mythological TV horde of ‘You Don’t Say!’ dies during 93

American radio host, Tom Kennedy, famously famous for hosting diversion shows ‘You Don’t Say!’ and ‘Name That Tune’ upheld divided on Oct 7 in Oxnard, California during an age of 93.

As per Variety, Kennedy’s tighten crony Steve Beverly took to Facebook to endorse his death. “Tom had not been good in new months though remained in communication with his family and tighten friends… Later, after we have time to clearly routine this, we will offer my possess remembrances of a attribute that developed from his being my childhood idol to a genuine loyalty we will always cherish,” Beverly wrote.

Kennedy was innate on Feb 26, 1927, in Louisville, Kentucky. Inspired by his comparison brother, Jack, who was also a radio host, Kennedy changed to Los Angeles in 1947 to start a promote career.

After 10 years in radio and marrying his high propagandize sweetheart, Betty Gevedon, Kennedy began hosting diversion shows as they rose to recognition in a 1950s.

He hosted countless diversion shows for roughly 3 decades including ‘Split Second’ from 1972 to 1975, ‘Name That Tune’ from 1974 to 1981, and ‘Password Plus’ from 1980 to 1982 to his biggest successes being ‘You Don’t Say!’ on NBC from 1963 to 1969.

Kennedy late in 1989. In 2005, Kennedy and his brother, Narz, both perceived a Game Show Congress’ Bill Cullen endowment for lifetime achievement. Kennedy’s children embody Linda Ann Narz, James Narz Jr., and Courtney Ellen Narz.

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