Ray Combs was born on April 3, 1956 in Hamilton, Ohio, U.S and died on June 2, 1996 in Glendale, California, U.S., at the age of 40. He was an american comedian and television show host.
Biography and Career:
After he was moving to Los Angeles, in 1983, he got some fame in the comedians' world At first, he did the audience warm up for some sitcoms. In October 1986, Johnny Carson invited him to perform on The Tonight Show. He soon made the warm up audience for the sitcom Amen. In 1987 he was a celebrity panelist in a Hollywood square version produced by John Davidson.
Ray Combs had a small role in the film titled Overboard as a cop at the Elk Cove Hospital. In 1985, he starred in the episode Doo- Wah from the television series The Facts of Life. He also had an a
pparition as a guest star on The Golden Girls. Ray Combs is known as a member of Mormons, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
In 1988, Ray Combs was selected by Mark Goodson and Howard Flesher to host a version of the CBS show titled Family Freud, which began on 4 July. He remained into this show until 1 June 1996 when he committed suicide, hanging himself on the closet of a hospital. Alsace Avenue from Hamilton, Ohio was renamed after him in his memory.
Birth Name: Raymond Neil "Ray" Combs, Jr.
Nick Name: Ray Combs
Years active: 1983 â€“ 1996
Why do we like Ray Combs?
We like Ray Combs because he hosted a great show at CBS from 1988 to 1994, titled Family Feud.
Why is Ray Combs famous?
Ray Combs is famous because he was a comedian. He was an american show host at the CBS television show Family Feud from 1988 to 1994.
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