Dick Clark Bio

Relationship Statistics of Dick Clark

What is Dick Clark marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Dick Clark get married ? (married date):, 1977
How many children does Dick Clark have ? (name):Three (Duane Clark, Richard A. Clark, Cindy Clark)
Is Dick Clark having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Dick Clark gay ?: No
Who is Dick Clark wife ? (name):Kari Wigton

More about the relationship

He married three times (Barbara Mallery, Loretta Martin, and Kari Wigton). He married Barbara Mallery in 1952; the couple had one son, Richard A. Clark, but the marriage didn’t go well so they decided to divorced in 1961. Then, he married Loretta Martin in 1962; the couple had two children, Duane and Cindy, but the marriage didn’t go well so they decided to divorced in 1971. Finally, he married Kari Wigton, whom he married in 1977, lasted until his death.

Who is Dick Clark?

Dick was an American radio and television personality, television producer and film actor. He was well known for hosting American Bandstand from 1957 to 1988. Similarly, he also hosted the game show Pyramid and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, which transmitted Times Square’s New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Dick Clark: Childhood, Education, and Family

Clark was born in Mount Vernon, New York, the United States on November 30, 1929, to parents Richard Augustus Clark and Julia Fuller Clark. He had a sibling namely, Bradley Clark who was killed in the Battle of the Bulge during World War II. He belonged to American nationality and English ethnicity. His birth sign was Sagittarius.

Talking about his education, Clark attended A.B. Davis High School in 1947 and Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. Additionally, he also worked at radio and television stations in Syracuse and Utica before moving to WFIL radio in Philadelphia in 1952.

Dick Clark: Early Professional Career

On talking about his profession, during 1945, he began his career working in the mailroom at WRUN, an AM radio station in Rome, New York, that was owned by his uncle and managed by his father. Whereas, he also worked at WOLF-AM, then a country music station. After that, he got a job at the television station WKTV in Utica, New York.

Similarly, his first television-hosting job was on Cactus Dick and the Santa Fe Riders, a country music program. Then, he replaced Robert Earle (who later hosted the GE College Bowl) as a newscaster. In addition to his announcing duties on radio and television, he owned several radio stations. During 1967, he also purchased KGUD-AM-FM (now KTMS and KTYD respectively) in Santa Barbara, California.

Similarly, in 1952, he moved to Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, where he took a job as a disc jockey at radio station WFIL, adopting the Dick Clark handle. By the end of the year, viewership exceeded 20 million and featured artists were “virtually guaranteed” large sales boost after appearing. Similarly, he moved the show from Philadelphia to Los Angeles in 1964.

Dick Clark: Lifetime Achievements and Awards

On talking about his lifetime achievements and awards, he won Daytime Emmy Awards for Special Classification of Outstanding Program Achievement for Bandstand (1952) and Outstanding Children’s Entertainment Special for ABC Afterschool Specials (1972).

Dick Clark: Salary and Net Worth

There is no information about his salary. His net worth was around $200 million.

Dick Clark: Rumors and Controversy

Clark has not been part of any notable controversies in his career. He is far from rumors and controversies.

Dick Clark: Description of Body Measurements

On talking about his body measurements, Clark had a height of 5 feet 8 inches. Additionally, he weighs is unknown. Clark’s hair color is dark brown and his eye color is dark brown.

Dick Clark:  Social Media

On talking about his social media, he is not active on any social sites likes Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Dick Clark: Death

He died on April 18, 2012, at the age of 82 in Santa Monica, California, the United States. Whereas, the cause of his death was a Heart attack.

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