New York City, New York, USA
|Jeopardy!||1979 1978 - 1979||Actor||Host||19797|
|Jeopardy!||1975 1963 - 1975||Actor||Host||19757|
|NBC Adventure Theater||1972 1970 - 1972||Actor||(1970-71)||19727|
|The Man Against Crime||1956 1949 - 1956||Actor||Bellamy's stand-in||19567|
|The Californians||1959 1957 - 1959||Actor||R Jeremy Pitt; lawyer||19597|
|Airplane II: the Sequel||1982||Actor||Himself||19827|
|Appeared as himself, "Airplane II: The Sequel"|
|First worked in TV as Ralph Bellamy's stand-in, "The Man Against Crime"|
|First hosted the original "Jeopardy!"|
|Feature debut, "MacArthur"|
|Served as a Navy pilot in WWII|
|Appeared in a Broadway musical at age 4|
|Worked as an audience roaming assistant on the network gameshow, "Doctor I.Q."|
|Hosted the syndicated special, "College Bowl"|
|Announced for the gameshow series, "Pantomime Quiz"|
|Dramatic TV series debut, "The Californians"|
|Rebecca Fleming||Wife||survived him|
|Jan Hanna||Daughter||survived him|
|Marie Vitt||Sister||stage name, Marie Foster; survived him|
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