Radio and television host/personality/entrepreneur Dick Clark has died at age 82, reviews the AP. The "American Bandstand"/"New Year’s Rockin’ Eve" fixture had experienced cardiac arrest following an outpatient procedure in Santa Monica. During the period of his six-decade career Clark also created honours shows such as the American Music Honours (that they founded), the Emmy Honours, and also the Golden Globes he even dabbled in film, writing and starring within the 1968 crime drama Murders Three. Murders Three marked the rare acting gig for Clark, who found much better success behind your camera as producer and before it as being the host of several television programs and game shows through the years. Inside it, Clark starred among a trio of North Carolinian crooks who attempt a criminal offense spree and mind to California. It’s definitely not certainly one of Clark’s best-known works — The Brand New You are able to Occasions known as it "flimsy" in the 1969 review — however the film, and Clark’s turn like a cop-killing criminal, is really a curious little-known accessory for his legacy. Obviously, there is time Clark put their hands up around the blooper episode from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, uttered the road "Lemme break you off just a little somethin’," and demonstrated Will Cruz the way it ended. Now that’s a lot more like the Dick Clark all of us understood and loved. Leave your fond remembrances below.