|Name:||Richard Wagstaff “Dick” Clark|
|Born:||November 30, 1929|
|Birth Hometown:||Mount Vernon, New York|
|Died:||April 18, 2012 (age 82)|
|Place of death:||Santa Monica, California|
|Occupation:||TV Host, Producer, Radio/television personality|
|Known for:||Hosting the game shows The $25,000 Pyramid and S100,000 Pyramid|
Richard Wagstaff “Dick” Clark (b. November 30, 1929, d. April 18, 2012) was an American television and radio personality, game show host and businessman; he served as chairman and CEO of Dick Clark Productions, which he has sold part of in recent years. He was best known for hosting long-running television shows such as American Bandstand, five versions of the Pyramid game show, and Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve (with Ryan Seacrest).
- Dick Clark played on Bill Cullen’s 1970s version of The $25,000 Pyramid.
- He also played on the 2000s version of Pyramid (hosted by Donny Osmond).
- His most popular nickname was "America's Oldest Living Teenager", and he is also most famous for his departing catchphrase, which he often accompanies with a salute, "For now, Dick Clark. So long."
- On April 18, 2012, Clark died of a heart attack.
- The Female Affair (pilot)
- Double Up (pilot)
- Stop the Music (pilot)
- The Challengers (1990-1991)
- Mad Libs (1998-1999)
- Greed (2000)
- The Chamber (2002)
- So You Think You Can Dance (2005–present)
- The Object is...
- Missing Links
- The Krypton Factor (1981)
- Stop the Music (1987)
- The Challengers
- It Takes Two
- Winning Lines