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Saturday, August 26, 2023

CAUSE OF DEATH: Bob Barker died of natural causes

CAUSE OF DEATH: Bob Barker died of natural causes.

Barker's life journey came to a peaceful close in his Los Angeles residence on a Saturday morning, attributed to "natural causes," as reported by TMZ.

When he eventually retired, even Barker had reservations about leaving the gig that turned him into a TV icon.

"I have thought every year for the last 10 or 15 years that maybe I should quit, and then I think, 'No, I'll do it for another year,'" he told Entertainment Weekly in 2007. "I regret that I'm quitting now.'

Barker's life journey came to a peaceful close in his Los Angeles residence on a Saturday morning, attributed to "natural causes," as reported by TMZ. Barker's life was marked by several notable moments. In January 2019, he sustained an injury in his Hollywood Hills home due to a fall, necessitating paramedic attention but no subsequent hospitalization.

The TV personality has battled various health problems in the past few years. In January 2019, paramedics were called to Barker's Hollywood Hills home after he fell at his residence. Although an ambulance was on the scene, he was not hospitalized.

Several months earlier, Barker's manager confirmed to PEOPLE that an ambulance and the fire department responded to his Hollywood Hills home for a "non-emergency back problem" in October 2018.

Afterwards, his manager said Barker was "fine and resting at home." The incident came more than a year after he fell and hit his head at his home in June 2017.

His battle with severe back pain in the preceding year led to two hospital stays in a month, but he rebounded with the care of medical professionals.

Born Robert William Barker on December 12, 1923, in Darrington, Washington, his early life saw a move to Mission, South Dakota, and later, Springfield, Missouri. Attaining a basketball scholarship at Drury College during WWII, Barker's life took a turn when he joined the war effort as a Naval Aviation Cadet.

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