|TV's Funniest Game Shows||2000 1999 - 2000||Narrator||Narration||1|
|Bizarre||1979 1978 - 1979||Actor||Host||19797|
|Masquerade Party||1975 1974 - 1975||Actor||Host||19757|
|The Match Game||1979 1972 - 1979||Actor||Regular||19797|
|Family Feud||1995 1987 - 1995||Actor||(starting with 1994-95 season)||19957|
|Can You Top This?||1970 1969 - 1970||Actor||Joke Teller||19707|
|I've Got a Secret||1973 1972 - 1973||Actor||Panelist||19737|
|Keeping an Eye on Denise||1973 1972 - 1973||Actor||Friend||19737|
|The Running Man||1987||Actor||Damon Killian||19877|
|TV's Funniest Game Show Moments||1984 1983 - 1984||Actor||n/a||19847|
|I've Got a Secret||1976 1975 - 1976||Actor||n/a||19767|
|Hong Kong Phooey||1978 1974 - 1978||Voice||n/a||19786|
|The New Dick Van Dyke Show||1974 1973 - 1974||Actor||Richard Richardson; Dick's neighbor||19747|
|How to Pick Up Girls!||Actor||Chandler Corey||7|
|The Devil's Brigade||1968||Actor||Hugh MacDonald||19687|
|Munster, Go Home||1965||Actor||Joey||19657|
|Hogan's Heroes||1971 1965 - 1971||Actor||Peter Newkirk; English Corporal||19717|
|Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes||1980 1979 - 1980||Actor||n/a||19807|
|Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In||1973 1967 - 1973||Actor||(regular 1971-73)||19737|
|Landed breakthrough role of Cpl. Peter Newkirk on WWII-set sitcom "Hogan's Heroes" (CBS)|
|Became a naturalized U.S. citizen|
|Ran away from home at age 14 and joined the Merchant Marines|
|Began his career as a standup comic in London clubs|
|Cast in the comedy-drama "Promises! Promises!"|
|Made U.S. television debut playing a British entertainer on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (CBS); credited as Dick Dawson|
|Replaced Ray Combs and returned as host of "Family Feud"|
|Regularly appeared as a panelist on "Match Game 73" (CBS)|
|Hosted long-running game show "Family Feud" (ABC, syndicated); won Daytime Emmy Award in 1978 for Outstanding Host or Hostess in a Game or Audience Participation Show|
|Parodied his game show image in "The Running Man," loosely based on a Stephen King novel and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger|
|Joined the cast of sketch comedy series "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" (NBC)|
|Moved to the U.S.|
|Gary Dawson||Son||Born in 1960; mother, Diana Dors|
|Mark Dawson||Son||Born in 1962; mother, Diana Dors|
|Diana Dors||Wife||Married April 12, 1959; Divorced in 1966|
|Gretchen Johnson||Wife||Met in 1981 when she was a contestant on "Family Feud"; Married in 1991 until Dawson's death on June 2, 2012|
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