Tom Kennedy passes away:’Name That Tune’ host dead at 93

Tom Kennedy passes away

Tom Kennedy passes away, ‘Name That Tune’ host dead at 93: Veteran game television host Tom Kennedy, who hosted games shows like Name That TuneYou Don’t Say!Password Plus, And Split Second died on Wednesday, October 7, 2024. Tom Kennedy died at the age of 93 at his home in Oxnard. According to his good friend Steve Beverly, The cause of death is unknown. To know in-depth, let us jump in to know about Tom Kennedy.

Tom Kennedy passes away

Tom Kennedy passes away.

Kennedy died on Wednesday, October 7, 2024. Tom Kennedy died at the age of 93 at his home in Oxnard. The news confirmed on Facebook by his good friend Steve Beverly. Steve Beverly didn’t present the cause of the death. But Steve stated about Tom that “He had been well in recent months.

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Posted by Steve Beverly on Sunday, October 11, 2024

Tom Keddy born James Edward Narz in Louisville. Kentucky Kennedy attended the University of Missouri. Later married his college sweetheart, Betty Gevedon. While in school, he got a radio job and went on to spend ten years in the business. Before heading to Hollywood in 1947, to join brother Jack Narz.

In the year 1957, He changed his stage name to Tom Kennedy. He changed his name to distinguish himself from his brother further. His brother is also a game show host.

Over the course of 30 years, Kennedy hosted 14 game shows beginning with the short-lived radio program. His first debut was as a game show host in the show, The Big Game in 1958. And Dr. I.Q. in the 1958-59 season. However, his first significant success was a national hosting gig, as well as the series You Don’t Say!. You Don’t Say! lasted for sex season from 1963 to 69 on NBC. ABC Networks later revived the show in the year 1975.

How many shows did he host in his lifespan?

  1. The Big Game in 1958.
  2. Dr. I.Q. in 1958-59.
  3. You Don’t Say! from 1963-69.
  4. Name That Tune from 1974 to 81.
  5. Break the Bank in 1976.
  6. 50 Grand Slam in 1976.
  7. To Say the Least from 1977-78.
  8. Whew! from 1979-80.
  9. Password Plus from 1980-82.
  10. Body Language from 1984 to 1986.
  11. The Price Is Right from 1985-86.
  12. Worldplay from 1986-87.

Wordplay was his last hosting job. 

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