Famous American radio host and actor Jerry Bishop died Tuesday from heart disease at 85-m to year of life.
About it reports USA Today, citing confirmation from a representative.
Bishop was born on 19 October 1935 in Connecticut and most glorious how "voice" reality show "Judge Judy", where he worked with its first season in 1996 (nearly two thousand episodes).
In addition, Jerry was a veteran of the radio in Los Angeles – one of the most recognizable leading morning show during the sixties and seventies, taking interview of the host of stars, from Frank Sinatra and Steve McQueen to Natalie wood, and for fifteen years "voice" Disney Channel.
The RAID appears in the cult sitcom "Curb your enthusiasm" reality "destination truth" crime drama CHiPs '99.