Ken Ober Die, Host of MTV Game Show "Remote Control" Die

MTV game show "Remote Control", Ken Ober who was among the network's first forays into non-music programming, has died at age 52. This news got from his agent. After hosted until 5 seasons of MTV game show "Remote Control", a pop-culture quis show which give the contestants easy chairs to answer the question from many categories, he died now at age 52.

The game show "Remote Control" first launched in 1987 and helped bigger the comedians Adam Sandler, Denis Leary and Colin Quinn careers, who was be the program's announcer.

Before be host of MTV game show "Remote Control", Ken Ober get the job as a producer of the Comedy Central TV program "Mind of Mencia" and CBS comedy "The New Adventures of Old christine".

And now, Ken Ober's agent, named Mark Measures, said that the host of MTV game show "Remote Control" was found dead at his home in Los Angeles. And no cause of death was known yet.


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