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Bruce Forsyth
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Name: Sir Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson
Born: February 22, 1928
Died: August 18, 2017
Occupation: Host, Actor
Sir Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson CBE, (born February 22 1928 - August 18, 2017), commonly known as Bruce Forsyth, or Brucie, is an English TV personality.

Regarded as the United Kingdom's version of Bill Cullen due to the many hosting duties he has had there, he had a brief stint in the U.S. on just one show.

Declining HealthEdit

On October 8, 2015, Forsyth was hospitalized after falling at his home, tripping over a rug and hitting his head. he suffered cuts and a minor concussion but was other wise unhurt. on November 12, he underwent surgery for an abdominal aortic anenursym, but was expected to have a speedy recovery. As a result of the surgery, Forsyth did not host Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special (Dancing With the Stars) as planned; a spokesman said that he was unable to host the show but would still play part in the production, recording a special video message. His last TV appearance was on the Strictly Children in Need special in November 2015.

On February 26, 2017, Forsyth was hospitalized with a severe chest infection and spent five days in intensive care. He returned home on March 3. On August 18, Forsyth died at his home at age 89. He is survived by his wife and children. Several celebrities paid tribute to Forsyth following his death, including his former Strictly Come Dancing co-host Tess Daly, his friend Michael Parkinson, Jimmy Tarbuck and Des O'Connor and the BBC director general Tony Hall. BBC One aired Sir Bruce Forsyth - Mr Entertainment in tribute to the entertainer instead of The One Show.

US Game Shows HostedEdit

UK version Game Shows HostedEdit

UK version Reality Show HostedEdit

Strictly Come Dancing (Dancing with the Stars)

LinkEdit

Bruce Forsyth at UKGameshows.com

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