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About Bert Parks
Bert Parks was a familiar face on television for some time. He was best recognized as an actor but aside from that career, he was into radio and songs recording.
He was of a Jewish descent and was born to Aaron Jacobson and Hattie Spiegel. He was born as Bertram Jacobson but was popularly known by his stage name Bert Parks.
The Atlanta-born actor studied at the Marist School.
Parks started his career as a radio broadcaster and worked with radio stations such as WGST and CBS radio. His radio hosting shows included “Break the Band” and “Monitor”.
He moved to television and began to host television game shows. His first game show was “Stop the Music”. The show was initially aired on radio and it became a television program somewhere in 1945. His other game shows included “Masquerade Party”, “The Big Payoff” and “Yours for a Song”.
Park owned his own show called “The Bert Park Show”, a nighttime show which started to run in 1950.
He was featured in quite a number of American television sitcoms, including “WKRP in Cincinnati” and “227”. The latter was created by Bill Boulware and C.J. Banks.
His friends and family lost him to lung cancer at age 77.
He gained notice for hosting “Miss America” and also producing the recording “There She Is, Miss America”.
Bert Parks Rank
F.A.Q. about Bert Parks
When is his birthday?
Bert Parks' birthday is on December 30, 1914.
In how many days is his birthday?
Bert's birthday is in 313 days
How old was Bert when he died?
He was 77 years old.
When did he die?
He died in February 2, 1992.
How old would he be today?
Bert Parks would be 109 years old if he was alive today.
Where was Bert from?
He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S..