TV presenter Tom Kennedy has died at the age of 93.
His daughter Courtney and grandson Ben confirmed to Fox News that Kennedy – born James Edward Narz – died Wednesday at his Oxnard, California home. The cause of death is unknown at this time.
“He died peacefully,” Ben said.
Kennedy was best known as the host of “Name That Tune” and “You Don’t Say!”
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Variety reports that Kennedy moved to Los Angeles from Louisville, Kentucky to pursue a career in broadcasting and, after working in radio, began hosting game shows in the 1950s.
To avoid confusion with his brother, who was also a guest, he changed his name to Tom Kennedy.
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Apart from “Name That Tune” (1974-1981) and “You Don’t Say!” (1963-1969), the television personality was known for hosting “Split Second” (1972-1975) and “Password Plus” (1980-1982) “.
Additionally, it hosted a syndicated nightly edition of “The Price is Right” in the 1980s and briefly held its own talk show.
Eventually, Kennedy would retire and win the Game Show Congress Bill Cullen Award for Lifetime Achievement, the outlet reports.
The star has also had an acting career with a handful of film, television, and stage credits to her name.
Kennedy’s children Linda Ann Narz, James Narz Jr. and Courtney Ellen Narz outlive him, as do his niece Abigail Norah Narz and her sister, Mary Lovett Scully.
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Kennedy was married to his wife Betty, who died in 2011. They also had a daughter, Julia, who died in 2015.