Monty Hall, legendary host of 'Let's Make a Deal,' dead at 96


Monty is best known for hosting an co-creating the popular TV game show Let's Make a Deal in 1963 which ran for 13 years as well as appearing on other game shows over the years.

Hall got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1973.

Multiple media outlets reported that Hall, 96, passed away in Beverly Hills Saturday. The show, which was an instant success, featured audience members wearing insane costumes to get Hall's attention and getting to choose mystery prizes behind closed doors.

"He's making it his show", Hall said in a 2013.

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Monty Hall, co-creator and host of the game show "Let's Make a Deal", died on September 30, 2017, at 96.

Hall was born Maurice Halperin in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on August 25, 1921.

He was 96 years old and had been ill after suffering a heart attack shortly after his wife of nearly 70 years died this summer.

The Game Show Network ranked Hall fourth on its list of the "Top 10 Game Show Hosts of All Time", according to IMDB.