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Let's Make a Deal game show host Monty Hall dies at 96

02 October 2017

A daughter, Joanna Gleason, confirmed he died of heart failure Saturday, according to The New York Times.

Monte Halparin was born August 25, 1921, in Winnipeg, Canada to parents who owned a slaughterhouse. Hall would host the popular game show until 1986.

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Hall was inducted in the American TV Game Show Hall of Fame in 2007.

The game show was an instant success. Through the next four decades, it also aired in prime time, in syndication and, in two brief outings, with hosts other than Hall at the helm. But you know the law in game shows - if you go on a show and you win a donkey, that's your prize. Sharon, a top TV Executive and Richard, TV producer, are contributors for productions offscreen while Gleason a Tony-award winning actress. They devised "Let's Make a Deal" in which Hall picked people from the audience to become contestants in sort of a trading game. Although he earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry and zoology from the University of Manitoba, it was the applause from college musicals that piqued his interest in acting and singing.

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The late TV presenter also created and produced the show, along with Stefan Hatos. He was denied entry to medical school, Hall later said, because he was Jewish and faced quotas limiting the admission of minority students. In the end, Monty Hall said that he wanted to be remembered for helping people rather than his celebrity status.

He is survived by two daughters, a son, a brother and 5 grandchildren. When the show first started, it featured men and women dressed in formal attire, but by the second and 3rd episode, people started wearing zany suits and costumes that became a staple of Let's Make a Deal.

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Let's Make a Deal game show host Monty Hall dies at 96