Howser, who was 67 when he passed, was a beloved TV personality who explored and showcased California's history, traditions and communities. He had several California-centric shows throughout his decades-long career, but is best known for "California's Gold," produced at Kcet studios in Los Angeles, Calif.
A spokesperson from Kcet confirmed to The Huffington Post that Huell died of natural causes, and that his death caught many at the studio by surprise. Kcet nightly news show SoCal Connected plans to honor Howser with a special segment during Monday's broadcast (on at 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. Pst). The studio will also create a site for fans to share memories of Howser. To stay informed about the online memorial, check out kcet.org.
Oc Weekly first reported Howser's death. His assistant Ryan Morris confirmed »
- The Huffington Post
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