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Rest in peace Dick Clark. November 30, 1929 – April 18, 2012 Clark died on April 18, 2012, at the age of 82 after suffering a heart attack following a medical procedure.
It’s going to be a very sad new years. Dick Clark, the legendary TV personality, passed away yesterday at the age of 82. Clark spent more than half a century in the public eye and touched the lives of thousands of people. Public figures like Ryan Seacrest, Joan Rivers, and President Obama have all released statements [...]Show More Summary
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© Bettmann/CORBIS Since so much will be written about Dick Clark’s tenure on American Bandstand and the Pyramid game shows elsewhere, we’ll try to provide you with some Dick Clark stories you may not necessarily read in the various official obituaries. Feel free to share any Bandstand or New Year’s Rockin’ Eve or Pyramid memories [...]
Dick Clark, the man who introduced rock ‘n’ roll to America, died this morning of a heart attack. Clark was best known as the host of the show American Bandstand, on which he appeared for 31 years. Long dubbed “the world’s oldest teenager” because of his boyish appearance, Clark bridged the rebellious new music scene [...]
Dick Clark RIP: Dick Clark, a television host and entrepreneur who sold rock-and-roll to Middle America on the dance show “American Bandstand” and counted down the new year with millions of TV viewers as emcee of an annual celebration in New York’s Times Square, died April 18 at a hospital in Santa Monica, Calif., after [...]
The world has lost a television icon, as the legendary Dick Clark has passed away today at the age of 82.
Sad news. Dick Clark, the longtime television host most recently familiar to viewers as the host of “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ Eve,” has passed away. He was 82. He was the last link to a bygone era. Famed New Year’s Eve hosts used to be fewer and farther between. Show More Summary
Dick Clark passed away today at 82 years old after suffering a heart attack in LA. The legendary host of TV and radio was close with many music and acting stars over the years, including Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Seacrest, and many more. In honor of Dick's memory, we're taking a look back at the many famous faces who worked alongside him. View Slideshow ›
Venerable Jack-of-all-TV-trades Dick Clark passed away this morning of a massive heart attack, his spokesman confirmed. More »
Featureflash / Shutterstock.com Sad news: American Bandstand creator and music icon Dick Clark has died of a massive heart attack at the age of 82. He was a true pioneer of rock and roll and pop music. I got to meet Dick Clark when I...Show More Summary
This day just got significantly less rockin' — Dick Clark, former host of American Bandstand and longtime New Year's Eve fixture, has died of a heart attack, according to his family. He was 82. More »
From ABC News: Dick Clark, the music industry maverick, longtime TV host and powerhouse producer who changed the way we listened to pop music with “American Bandstand,” and whose trademark “Rockin’ Eve” became a fixture of New Year’s...Show More Summary
TMZ reports that Dick Clark had a massive heart attack at age 82. Clark’s health had been on the decline since he suffered a significant stroke in 2004 — forcing him to retire from his hosting gig at “New Years’ Rockin’ Eve,” which he created in 1972. Dick Clark counted down to 2012 this past New Year’s Eve: …
- RIP: Dick Clark, at 82