On Mar 6, 2019, mythological “Jeopardy!” game-show horde announced by a video that he schooled this week, he has theatre 4 pancreatic cancer.
During a video, Trebek pronounced that he was going to quarrel cancer and he will kick a low presence rate of a disease. He also pronounced that he is one of 50,000 people diagnosed in a United States any year with a illness and skeleton to keep working.
He joked observant he had to kick his illness given he only sealed a agreement observant he would be a horde of Jeopardy for another 3 years.
Trebek renewed his agreement in Oct. 2018 by 2022 to sojourn a gameshow host.
In Dec. 2017 a 78-year-old horde underwent mind medicine due to blood clots. He returned to work one month after a surgery.
Trebek has hosted “Jeopardy!” given 1984. He has been awarded 5 Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Host Of A Game Show. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences also awarded him with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Trebek entered a Guinness Book Of World’s Records in 2014 being named a chairman who has hosted a many diversion shows. Trebek hosted 8,000 episodes.
He also was inducted into a National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame and a Broadcasting Cable Hall of Fame.
Written by Barbara Sobel
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