Most famous for his role on CBS as second host of the popular game show, 'Family Feud,' from 1988 until 1994.
Instead of attending the United States Military Academy, he went to Arizona to serve as a Mormon missionary.
He became the first U.S. 'Family Feud' host to carry a cordless microphone onstage with him.
He married his wife, Debbie, in 1977.
He ended his time with "Family Feud" in 1994; Louie Anderson would host a relaunch of the program in 1999.