Game show host who notably presented the G.E. College Bowl from 1962 until 1970.
He served in the U.S. Navy. He started his career in television as an anchor at WKTV, a television station in Utica, New York.
He also hosted a pilot for a game show titled King of the Hill in 1975, in which its end game was transitioned into the popular TV show Card Sharks.
He resided in Ithica, New York.
He was succeeded by Dick Clark at the television station WKTV after he left.