|Born||January 8, 1933|
|Died||December 7, 1996(aged 63)|
|Other names||Mike Darow, Mike Darrow|
Mike Darow (often incorrectly referred to as Mike Darrow, born Darow Myhowich on January 8, 1933, died December 7, 1996) was a Canadian-born television game show host best known for hosting the 1968-1970 ABC run of Dream House in the United States, the 1985-1988 Canadian-produced run of the Bob Stewart game show, Jackpot (seen in the U.S. on the USA Network), and Club 6 from 1960-1962.
He also hosted the first season of the game show The $128,000 Question, a syndicated revival of The $64,000 Question, in 1976. Darow's announcing work included the NBC game show The Who, What, or Where Game (1969-1974) and sub-announcing duties in 1980 for the Wink Martindale version of Tic Tac Dough. He also hosted the game show Bluff in 1976 and A Go Go '66 in 1966.
Darow also worked as an on-air disc jockey in the early 1960s in Toronto at radio station CHUM. While there, he sang on two novelty recordings made as promotions for the station. He later hosted Toronto-based segments of the MDA Labor Day Telethon, as well as emceeing the annual ACT Telerama for CFRN in Edmonton.
Darow died on December 7, 1996. He is buried in Toronto.
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