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Tom Kennedy (III)

Tom Kennedy was born on February 26, 1927 in Louisville, Kentucky, USA as James Edward Narz. He is known for his work on The Price Is Right (1972), The Real Tom Kennedy Show (1970) and To Say the Least (1977). He was previously married to Betty Gevedon. See full bio »

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Known For

The Price Is Right
The Price Is Right Host (1985-1986 syndicated version)
(1972)
The Real Tom Kennedy Show
The Real Tom Kennedy Show Himself - Host
(1970)
To Say the Least
To Say the Least Himself - Host
(1977-1978)
You Don't Say
You Don't Say Himself - Host
(1963-1969)

Filmography

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 1957-1958 Date with the Angels (TV Series) (announcer - 16 episodes)
- Double Trouble (1958) ... (announcer)
- The Train (1958) ... (announcer)
- A Day at the Track (1957) ... (announcer)
- Santa's Helper (1957) ... (announcer)
- Chip Off the Old Block (1957) ... (announcer)
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Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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I don't like how some game shows today humiliate people and reward contestants for dishonesty. An example of this is The Weakest Link (2000). The host puts down contestants for incorrect responses while the object of the game is to vote off other contestants, mainly those that help the team succeed. I think it's a reflection of how selfish and cynical society today is at large, and I'm not a fan ... See more »


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