Alan Kalter, ‘Late Present with David Letterman’ announcer, dies at 78
He was 78.
“Alan died peacefully on Monday, surrounded by household,” Hammerman instructed Muricas Information.
Kalter died at Stamford Hospital, together with his spouse Peggy and his daughters Lauren Hass and Diana Binger by his facet.
Kalter turned the announcer on “Late Present” in 1995 and labored by till the present resulted in 2015. He had changed announcer Invoice Wendell, who had retired.
Former “Late Present” author Carter Bays wrote on Twitter, “Alan Kalter RIP. Between him and Tony Mendez it is a heartbreaking time. To us Late Present writers Alan was a lot extra than simply the ‘From New York…’ man. He was our muse. We cherished writing for him. Such a cheerful presence on the present. And across the workplace. Relaxation straightforward Large Purple.”
Along with his voice work on the present, Kalter usually appeared in segments the place he would fake to get indignant and storm off stage or generally rip his shirt off.
Kalter had additionally performed many voiceovers for nationwide radio and tv commercials and in addition was the announcer for “To Inform the Fact,” “The $25,000 Pyramid,” “The Cash Maze,” and “The $100,000 Query.”