From CTV News:
Jim Perry, game show ‘king’, dies at 82
Broadcaster Jim Perry, known for hosting several Canadian and American gamesshows and the Miss Canada Pageant for more than two decades, died on Friday. He was 82.
Born in New Jersey in on November 9, 1933, Perry started out as a singer before becoming the host of CTV’s “Definition,” a Hangman-style game show. He hosted the show for 15 years until it ended in 1989. From 1972 to 1983, he also hosted “Headline Hunters,” a CTV show that quizzed contestants on news by offering clues in the form of headlines. Continue reading.
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