'Let's Make a Deal' game show host Monty Hall dies at 96

'Let's Make a Deal' game show host Monty Hall dies at 96

'Let's Make a Deal' game show host Monty Hall dies at 96

Monty Hall, the iconic host and co-creator of "Let's Make a Deal" has died, according to the New York Times.

The New York Times reports Hall's daughter, Joanna Gleason, confirmed he passed away at his home in Beverly Hills, California on Saturday, September 30th.

Monty Hall at the "Game Show Networks 2003 Winter TCA Tour" at the Renaissance Hotel in Los Angeles, Ca. The show became legendary for encouraging audience members to dress up in outlandish costumes in order to attract Hall's attention in the hopes of being given the opportunity to win big.

The show aired with Hall as host until 1976 and for years in syndication. The show was eventually revived with host Wayne Brady in 2009, with Hall putting in occasional guest appearances.

Hall was born in Canada on August 25, 1921.

Hall was one of only three game show hosts on both Hollywood's and Canada's Walks of Fame, the others being Alex Trebek and Howie Mandel. His wife, Marilyn, died in June at the age of 90.

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