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Dating show host dies

Dating show host dies

Dating show host dies

You don't have to worry about lighting directors and cameramen or script writers and all that. He appeared as the host of the ABC show after spending his early career in radio, and hosted the program during its on-and-off runs from to The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until The show usually featured a bachelorette asking questions of three bachelors she couldn't see, and ultimately choosing one to go on a date. While hosting, Lange was often decked out in fashions of the era, including neon-colored jackets with wide lapels resembling glider wings. He studied radio and television speech, with a minor in journalism at the university, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. But Lange felt his association with "The Dating Game" stymied loftier ambitions, and he knew it would be his legacy. Sometimes, it would be one bachelor asking questions to three bachelorettes. Paul, Minn. The cause was a heart attack, said his daughter, Romney. Advertisement In addition to his daughter, Lange is survived by his wife, Nancy; sons Gavin and Nicolas; stepdaughter Ingrid; stepson Steig; sister Midge; and four grandchildren. At age 15 he won an audition to work at a local radio station, as a disc jockey and sports reporter. It always will be. He hosted a show for a few years before attending school at the University of Minnesota and then spent a few years as a Marine, the Bay Area Radio Museum noted in a interview with him. Paul, Minn. Plus, you don't have to wear makeup and you don't have to shave. Good radio is still the most fun. He spent more than 50 years in radio and television and hoped to one day have a TV talk show. Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. He moved to KSFO in and two years later got his break in national television as the announcer on a show staring country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford. In the mids he got his first TV hosting job, portraying the title character on the local "Captain 11" show in which he'd introduce science fiction adventures such as "Buck Rogers. TV may have made him nationally famous, but Lange's heart truly was in radio. Lange said this marked a reversal in the era's norms. Lange was originally from St. Lange was known for blowing a kiss goodbye to the audience at the end of each episode. Lange, 81, died Tuesday at his home in Mill Valley. Dating show host dies



While hosting, Lange was often decked out in fashions of the era, including neon-colored jackets with wide lapels resembling glider wings. Lange was He hosted a show for a few years before attending school at the University of Minnesota and then spent a few years as a Marine, the Bay Area Radio Museum noted in a interview with him. He appeared as the host of the ABC show after spending his early career in radio, and hosted the program during its on-and-off runs from to He spent more than 50 years in radio and television and hoped to one day have a TV talk show. The show usually featured a bachelorette asking questions of three bachelors she couldn't see, and ultimately choosing one to go on a date. Lange, 81, died Tuesday at his home in Mill Valley. The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. You don't have to worry about lighting directors and cameramen or script writers and all that. Sometimes, it would be one bachelor asking questions to three bachelorettes. But radio is what he grew up on and he always loved it. Paul, Minn. You're on your own. Plus, you don't have to wear makeup and you don't have to shave. But Lange felt his association with "The Dating Game" stymied loftier ambitions, and he knew it would be his legacy. He moved to KSFO in and two years later got his break in national television as the announcer on a show staring country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford. Good radio is still the most fun. He studied radio and television speech, with a minor in journalism at the university, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Paul, Minn.

Dating show host dies



He hosted a show for a few years before attending school at the University of Minnesota and then spent a few years as a Marine, the Bay Area Radio Museum noted in a interview with him. At age 15 he won an audition to work at a local radio station, as a disc jockey and sports reporter. Good radio is still the most fun. Advertisement In addition to his daughter, Lange is survived by his wife, Nancy; sons Gavin and Nicolas; stepdaughter Ingrid; stepson Steig; sister Midge; and four grandchildren. Lange was originally from St. But radio is what he grew up on and he always loved it. He moved to KSFO in and two years later got his break in national television as the announcer on a show staring country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford. Lange was known for blowing a kiss goodbye to the audience at the end of each episode. He appeared as the host of the ABC show after spending his early career in radio, and hosted the program during its on-and-off runs from to While hosting, Lange was often decked out in fashions of the era, including neon-colored jackets with wide lapels resembling glider wings. Plus, you don't have to wear makeup and you don't have to shave. Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. Lange said this marked a reversal in the era's norms. The daytime version was on the network until , then in syndication for an additional year. You're on your own. TV may have made him nationally famous, but Lange's heart truly was in radio. In the mids he got his first TV hosting job, portraying the title character on the local "Captain 11" show in which he'd introduce science fiction adventures such as "Buck Rogers. Lange was It always will be. Paul, Minn. Sometimes, it would be one bachelor asking questions to three bachelorettes. The show usually featured a bachelorette asking questions of three bachelors she couldn't see, and ultimately choosing one to go on a date. He studied radio and television speech, with a minor in journalism at the university, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The game show often featured aspiring stars as bachelors and bachelorettes. But Lange felt his association with "The Dating Game" stymied loftier ambitions, and he knew it would be his legacy. He spent more than 50 years in radio and television and hoped to one day have a TV talk show. The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until The cause was a heart attack, said his daughter, Romney.



































Dating show host dies



The game show often featured aspiring stars as bachelors and bachelorettes. Lange was He spent more than 50 years in radio and television and hoped to one day have a TV talk show. But Lange felt his association with "The Dating Game" stymied loftier ambitions, and he knew it would be his legacy. While hosting, Lange was often decked out in fashions of the era, including neon-colored jackets with wide lapels resembling glider wings. TV may have made him nationally famous, but Lange's heart truly was in radio. The cause was a heart attack, said his daughter, Romney. Good radio is still the most fun. Lange was originally from St. It always will be. Paul, Minn. At age 15 he won an audition to work at a local radio station, as a disc jockey and sports reporter. Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. Sometimes, it would be one bachelor asking questions to three bachelorettes. The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until He hosted a show for a few years before attending school at the University of Minnesota and then spent a few years as a Marine, the Bay Area Radio Museum noted in a interview with him. He studied radio and television speech, with a minor in journalism at the university, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He moved to KSFO in and two years later got his break in national television as the announcer on a show staring country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford. You're on your own. Paul, Minn. In the mids he got his first TV hosting job, portraying the title character on the local "Captain 11" show in which he'd introduce science fiction adventures such as "Buck Rogers. You don't have to worry about lighting directors and cameramen or script writers and all that. Lange was known for blowing a kiss goodbye to the audience at the end of each episode. Lange, 81, died Tuesday at his home in Mill Valley. The show usually featured a bachelorette asking questions of three bachelors she couldn't see, and ultimately choosing one to go on a date.

But radio is what he grew up on and he always loved it. Sometimes, it would be one bachelor asking questions to three bachelorettes. At age 15 he won an audition to work at a local radio station, as a disc jockey and sports reporter. Lange was originally from St. He studied radio and television speech, with a minor in journalism at the university, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He appeared as the host of the ABC show after spending his early career in radio, and hosted the program during its on-and-off runs from to Lange said this marked a reversal in the era's norms. You're on your own. In the mids he got his first TV hosting job, portraying the title character on the local "Captain 11" show in which he'd introduce science fiction adventures such as "Buck Rogers. The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. He hosted a show for a few years before attending school at the University of Minnesota and then spent a few years as a Marine, the Bay Area Radio Museum noted in a interview with him. Paul, Minn. Lange, 81, died Tuesday at his home in Mill Valley. But Lange felt his association with "The Dating Game" stymied loftier ambitions, and he knew it would be his legacy. It always will be. Advertisement In addition to his daughter, Lange is survived by his wife, Nancy; sons Gavin and Nicolas; stepdaughter Ingrid; stepson Steig; sister Midge; and four grandchildren. The daytime version was on the network until , then in syndication for an additional year. Plus, you don't have to wear makeup and you don't have to shave. The cause was a heart attack, said his daughter, Romney. He moved to KSFO in and two years later got his break in national television as the announcer on a show staring country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford. TV may have made him nationally famous, but Lange's heart truly was in radio. You don't have to worry about lighting directors and cameramen or script writers and all that. The game show often featured aspiring stars as bachelors and bachelorettes. The show usually featured a bachelorette asking questions of three bachelors she couldn't see, and ultimately choosing one to go on a date. Dating show host dies



While hosting, Lange was often decked out in fashions of the era, including neon-colored jackets with wide lapels resembling glider wings. He studied radio and television speech, with a minor in journalism at the university, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. But radio is what he grew up on and he always loved it. The daytime version was on the network until , then in syndication for an additional year. He hosted a show for a few years before attending school at the University of Minnesota and then spent a few years as a Marine, the Bay Area Radio Museum noted in a interview with him. You don't have to worry about lighting directors and cameramen or script writers and all that. Lange was known for blowing a kiss goodbye to the audience at the end of each episode. The game show often featured aspiring stars as bachelors and bachelorettes. Lange was Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. Sometimes, it would be one bachelor asking questions to three bachelorettes. TV may have made him nationally famous, but Lange's heart truly was in radio. The show usually featured a bachelorette asking questions of three bachelors she couldn't see, and ultimately choosing one to go on a date. Advertisement In addition to his daughter, Lange is survived by his wife, Nancy; sons Gavin and Nicolas; stepdaughter Ingrid; stepson Steig; sister Midge; and four grandchildren. The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until He spent more than 50 years in radio and television and hoped to one day have a TV talk show. Plus, you don't have to wear makeup and you don't have to shave. Lange was originally from St. Lange said this marked a reversal in the era's norms. In the mids he got his first TV hosting job, portraying the title character on the local "Captain 11" show in which he'd introduce science fiction adventures such as "Buck Rogers. The cause was a heart attack, said his daughter, Romney. He moved to KSFO in and two years later got his break in national television as the announcer on a show staring country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford. Paul, Minn. Paul, Minn. He appeared as the host of the ABC show after spending his early career in radio, and hosted the program during its on-and-off runs from to You're on your own. Good radio is still the most fun. But Lange felt his association with "The Dating Game" stymied loftier ambitions, and he knew it would be his legacy.

Dating show host dies



Good radio is still the most fun. At age 15 he won an audition to work at a local radio station, as a disc jockey and sports reporter. But radio is what he grew up on and he always loved it. The daytime version was on the network until , then in syndication for an additional year. The game show often featured aspiring stars as bachelors and bachelorettes. Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. Paul, Minn. Plus, you don't have to wear makeup and you don't have to shave. The cause was a heart attack, said his daughter, Romney. Lange said this marked a reversal in the era's norms. The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until You don't have to worry about lighting directors and cameramen or script writers and all that. He appeared as the host of the ABC show after spending his early career in radio, and hosted the program during its on-and-off runs from to In the mids he got his first TV hosting job, portraying the title character on the local "Captain 11" show in which he'd introduce science fiction adventures such as "Buck Rogers.

Dating show host dies



In the mids he got his first TV hosting job, portraying the title character on the local "Captain 11" show in which he'd introduce science fiction adventures such as "Buck Rogers. He studied radio and television speech, with a minor in journalism at the university, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He spent more than 50 years in radio and television and hoped to one day have a TV talk show. At age 15 he won an audition to work at a local radio station, as a disc jockey and sports reporter. Good radio is still the most fun. He moved to KSFO in and two years later got his break in national television as the announcer on a show staring country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford. The show usually featured a bachelorette asking questions of three bachelors she couldn't see, and ultimately choosing one to go on a date. Sometimes he sported a pastel-colored tux and a shirt with voluminous ruffles. Lange said this marked a reversal in the era's norms. Sometimes, it would be one bachelor asking questions to three bachelorettes. It always will be. You don't have to worry about lighting directors and cameramen or script writers and all that. Paul, Minn. He appeared as the host of the ABC show after spending his early career in radio, and hosted the program during its on-and-off runs from to Lange, 81, died Tuesday at his home in Mill Valley. Plus, you don't have to wear makeup and you don't have to shave. While hosting, Lange was often decked out in fashions of the era, including neon-colored jackets with wide lapels resembling glider wings. The game show often featured aspiring stars as bachelors and bachelorettes. But Lange felt his association with "The Dating Game" stymied loftier ambitions, and he knew it would be his legacy. The daytime version was on the network until , then in syndication for an additional year. Advertisement In addition to his daughter, Lange is survived by his wife, Nancy; sons Gavin and Nicolas; stepdaughter Ingrid; stepson Steig; sister Midge; and four grandchildren. The show was revived in , again in syndication, and ran until You're on your own. TV may have made him nationally famous, but Lange's heart truly was in radio. Lange was

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