Alan Gilbert

Writer, producer

Writer and producer Alan Gilbert died April 23 in Hollywood. He was 84.

Starting in vaudeville, he became a producer and writer on gameshows “Break the Bank,” “Penny to a Million,” “Keep Talking,” “Masquerade Party” and “Let’s Make a Deal.”

He is survived by two daughters and three grandchildren.

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