Iconic TV host Regis Philbin passes away at 88, trump pays tribute

Jul 26 2020 03:52 PM
Iconic TV host Regis Philbin passes away at 88, trump pays tribute

American broadcaster Regis Fibin breathed his last at the age of 88. His voice was very popular among fans. For a long time, his voice was capturing people in America. On the other hand, if we talk about his death, the family of Regis Fibin has informed about this sad news. Just a month before his 89th birthday, Philbin died of natural causes on Friday night.

The statement issued by the family said that talking about his warmth, his sense of humor and his remarkable ability makes us rich. We and his fans thank the actor for his incredible support in his 60-year career. We hope that our privacy will be respected.

While paying tribute to the artist, US President Donald Trump wrote - 'He was a great man in the television world. He was a strong man, and was my friend. He kept telling me to contest the election of President. He had the record for the most live television and he did it well. Regis, We Love You .... 'Fibbin was honored several times in his career, including a three-day Emmy Award and a Lifetime Achievement Award. Born in New York District, Fibbin has hosted the first series of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and America's Got Talent. Everyone today admits his talent.

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