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His autobiography ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind’ was adopted into 2002 film directed by George Clooney. CAREER Barris began his television career with NBC in the early 1960s.Charles Hirsch Barris was born on June 3, 1929 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He got laid off for a year before landing a gig at ABC.He died of natural causes at his home Palisades, New York. He was married to first wife ‘Lyn Levy’ from 1957 to 1976. He was married to third wife ‘Mary Clagett’ from 2000 until his death in 2017.They had a daughter named Della who died from drug overdose in 1998. Goode singer could not be revived and he was pronounced dead at 1.26pm.Although Elvis Presley was called the king of rock'n'roll, that crown would have fit just as well on the carefully sculpted pompadour of Charles Edward Anderson Berry.ORIGIN Chuck Barris was an American game show host, TV producer, songwriter and author.He created the game shows ‘The Dating Game’, ‘The Newlywed Game’ and hosted ‘The Gong Show’.
He worked alongside Dick Clark and before long was offered a full-time job in daytime television.
Bob Dylan called Berry 'the Shakespeare of rock'n'roll,' and he was one of the first popular acts to write as well as perform his own songs.
They focused on youth, romance, cars and good times, with lyrics that were complex, humorous and sometimes a little raunchy.
He was present in rock's infancy in the 1950s and emerged as its first star guitarist and lyricist. Tributes have tonight poured in for the music legend after the news broke earlier this evening.
American singer, Huey Lewis, of Huey Lewis and the News, said: 'Chuck Berry.