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Bob Stewart

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Bob Stewart
Birth name Isadore Steinberg
Born August 27, 1920 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Died May 4, 2012 in Beverly Hills, Calif. USA from natural causes
Notable Shows Pyramid: Creator/producer
Jackpot!: Creator/producer
The Price Is Right (1956): Creator
To Tell the Truth: Creator
Password: Creator
Awards 6 wins & 4 nominations



Bob Stewart was an American TV game show producer. He first created a show for New York City television called The Sky's The Limit, which became The Price Is Right under the Goodson-Todman banner. With Goodson-Todman, Stewart created Password and To Tell the Truth. He struck out on his own in 1964, developing his own production company in association with Filmways Inc.

His first solo outing was the NBC game show Eye Guess. His ensuing shows were scattershot in quality and longetivity, but in 1973 he created The $10,000 Pyramid, his biggest success. That show would emerge eighteen years hence in different variations. He still filled airtime with other shows until 1989 when his son Sande took over.

Stewart died on May 4, 2012. His passing was mentioned on the May 7, 2012 telecast of The Price Is Right on CBS, of which he had no part aside from the name and (tangibly) the one-bid element.


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