Richard Wagstaff "Dick" Clark November 30, - April 18, was an American television , radio personality, game show host, and businessman. Clark was long known for his his youthful appearance, earning the moniker "America's Oldest Teenager. Shown weekday afternoons on Philadelphia channel WFIL and broadcast nationwide, the program featured area teenagers voicing their opinions on the latest songs and dancing the most popular steps, such as The Slop, The Hand Jive, and The Bop. After American Bandstand , Clark had a long career as a game show and entertainment executive. He suffered a stroke late in
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Dick Clark, host of the influential "American Bandstand,' dies - CNN
American television personality frequently called "the oldest living teenager. Clark, one of two sons of a cosmetic salesman and a homemaker, grew up in Mount Vernon, New York and demonstrated his talent for being in the center of a social whirlwind from his earliest days. At age five he published a neighborhood gossip sheet and sold it for two cents a copy. He idolized radio personality Arthur Godfrey and at age 13, his father took him to a live radio broadcast featuring Gary Moore and Jimmy Durante. Clark was instantly hooked. Along with discovering his niche, Clark's teenage years held family tragedy. His brother Brad, five years his senior, joined the Army Air Corps after graduating high school and became a fighter pilot.
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'America's oldest teen' Dick Clark dies
Nicknamed "America's Oldest Living Teenager," Dick Clark 's smooth charm and eternally youthful appearance made him one of America's best-known television personalities for decades. Still, Clark would never have achieved his amazing career longevity if he hadn't also been a remarkably astute businessman; whether he was producing television shows or spotlighting music and dance on his legendary show American Bandstand, Clark was a keenly perceptive trend-spotter with a sure feeling for the sort of mainstream entertainment the American public preferred. In the long run, though, Clark 's contributions far outweighed that aesthetic sin, and both he and American Bandstand became American institutions. Richard Wagstaff Clark was born on November 30, , and grew up in Mt.
He was survived by his third wife Kari Wigton, whom he married on July 7, His first wife was Barbara Mallery to whom he married from to He married his second wife, Loretta Martin in They had two children; Duane and Cindy, and divorced in A year-old Clark decided to pursue a career in radio and thus began working on his career early on.