“The Price is Right” Announcer George Gray Recovering After Multiple Heart Attacks

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While taping of The Price is Right is suspended due to the continuing coronavirus crisis, the game show’s announcer George Gray found himself in the hospital, fighting for his life.

On Monday (April 20,) Gray was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance complaining of chest pain. According to People magazine, the longtime announcer suffered a heart attack, and then suffered two more heart attacks while in the hospital getting treatment,

Gray is now recuperating in the hospital, and luckily, is in stable condition at the moment.

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“He would love to thank all of his friends and fans for their outpouring of love and support, and is looking forward to recovering and to come on doooown to the set of Price once they resume production after the pandemic shutdown,” Gray’s rep tells People magazine.

While Gray has served as announcer on the game show since 2011, he also is known by many viewers for his other work, including hosting shows such as Weakest Link and Junkyard Wars throughout the years. Other shows that benefitted from the mere sound of his voice include Man Land, Gimme My Reality Show!, Movies for Guys Who Like Movies and A Guy Walks Into a Bar alongside George Wendt.

Here’s hoping for a complete recovery!

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