Monday, 23 April 2012

Dick Clark Dies At Age 82

New Year's Eve will never ever be the identical. Dick Clark has died.

Clark's agent verified the information inside a statement that the 82-year-old TV and new music legend, who introduced rock and roll into the American living space, died of a "massive heart attack" this early morning.
NBC4 in L.A. studies that Clark had been at St. John's Hospital where he suffered the center attack after a health-related procedure.
Clark, whose youthful look attained him the nickname of "America's Oldest Teenager," experienced a considerable stroke in 2004. Ryan Seacrest took over his well-known Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve show 2006, but Clark wouldn't give it up, making appearances about the display ever since. Clark can also be recognized for hosting long-running tv shows such as American Bandstand - which showcased rock and roll because it was emerging inside the 1950s - as well as the video game display the $25,000 Pyramid as well as TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes as well as the American Audio Awards.
Clark continues to be married 3 times -- and has three youngsters from his initial two marriages. He is survived by his present spouse Kari Wigton.

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