With each mention of "Survey says," Richard Dawson gained worldwide fame as the wisecracking, very charming host of the long-running television game show, "Family Feud" (ABC, 1976-1985, syndicated 1994- ), which pitted two families against each other in a quest to name the most popular survey answers posed to 100 people. While the very nature of the show created many memorable moments as the contestants frenetically tried to outguess each other, it was Dawson's quick wit, warm personality, and jokes laced with double entendres that made "Family Feud" one of the most popular game shows in history. The British actor and comedian was also called "The Kissing Bandit," "Dickie," and "Kissyface" because he made a habit of kissing every single female contestant, much to their near universal delight. Prior to his eternal "Family Feud" fame, Dawson was already a household name for his recurring role as the jack-of-all-trades Corporal Peter Newkirk on the classic comedy series, "Hogan's Heroes" (CBS, 1965-1974). He was also an audience favorite as one of the panelists on yet another game show of that era, "Match Game '73" (CBS, 1973-79). With such impressive stints as host coupled with a long-standing career in comedy, Dawson remained a beloved television personality long after he had disappeared from the public eye.