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It's a sad week for Chuck fans all round because it has just been announced that the legendary daytime TV star Chuck Barris - the man who once claimed to be a CIA assassin and inspired the movie 'Confessions of a Dangerous Mind' - is dead at the age of 87.
The Philadelphia-born television presenter died of natural causes at his home yesterday (March 21st 2017) in Palisades, New York and is survived by his wife of seventeen years Mary Rudolph.
After moving to Los Angeles in the Sixties and a stint with ABC, Barris formed his own production company – Chuck Barris Productions – that served as the brainchild for The Dating Game, where a "bachelorette" would question three unseen suitors before choosing which one gets to take her out on a date.
This film is a telling of the story of Chuck Barris, creator of various TV shows and all around uncomfortable guy.
At the height of his TV career, Chuck Barris was recruited by the CIA and trained to become a covert operative. : I wouldn't want to live his life because he hasn't been happy all of his life.
All I think is if you can find work, stay healthy, find somebody to share it with, you're the ultimate success.
Barris died of natural causes Tuesday afternoon at his home in Palisades, New York, according to publicist Paul Shefrin, who announced the death on behalf of Barris' family.
Barris made game show history right off the bat, in 1966, with , hosted by Jim Lange.