The Seattle Times Company. Winner of Eight Pulitzer Prizes. By Mark Rahner. At least Karnack the Magnificent would think so. But at 84, Ed McMahon says he has no plans to retire.
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He was McMahon had bone cancer, among other illnesses, according to a person close to the entertainer, and had been hospitalized for several weeks. McMahon broke his neck in a fall in March , and battled a series of financial problems as his injuries prevented him from working. He was one of the greats in show business, but most of all he was a gentleman. I hitched my wagon to a great star.
Ed McMahon Q&A | No. 2 guy gets the No. 1 guy
Big, jovial Ed will be seen weekly on syndicated stations as host of 'Star Search,' a linear descendent of Major Bowes, Ted Mack and Arthur Godfrey's amateur hours. Each hour-long show will feature 14 acts in eight categories with the talent being judged by producers, casting directors, talent agencies and other professionals looking for star material. There's an interesting twist for the acting aspirants. They are judged on scenes played with established guest stars on the show, among them Joan Collins, Linda Gray and Vickie Lawrence. And it wouldn't surprise Ed to find Carson stop by, too.
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