Bob Barker died on Saturday at the age of 99.
He hosted "The Price Is Right" for 35 years.
Here's a look back at Bob Barker's life in photos.
For six years during the 1950s, Barker hosted "The Bob Barker Show" on radio in California until he got his big break.
Here's Barker as the host of the game show "Truth or Consequences," which he began in 1956.
From 1956-1975, Barker was host of the show, which mixed quiz show elements with wacky stunts.
In 1960, Barker also got into scripted television as he was cast in an episode of the hit show "Bonanza."
Barker began hosting "The Price Is Right" in 1972.
Until 1975, audiences saw Barker during the day hosting "The Price Is Right" and in the evenings hosting "Truth or Consequences."
"It never entered my mind that I would do 'Price Is Right' longer than 'Truth or Consequences,'" Barker said in a 1990 interview. "It never entered my mind I would do anything longer."
With Barker as the host of "The Price Is Right," the show became must-see TV during the daytime.
Here's Barker hosting the Miss Universe Pageant. Along with Miss USA, Barker hosted both events from the late 1960s through the 1980s.
Bob Barker seeing himself on TV. (He was doing a lot of work.)
Barker with his wife Dorothy Jo, who died in 1981.
As the decades passed, Barker and the show became more famous. He began using his celebrity to bring attention to animal rights, a cause he was passionate about.
In 1982 he began ending ever "Price Is Right" show with the line: "Help control the pet population — get your pets spayed or neutered."
But Barker also had his share of controversy.
In 1994, former "Price is Right" model Dian Parkinson filed a lawsuit that accused Barker of sexual harassment. Barker said he had a consensual relationship with Parkinson from 1989 to 1991.
Regardless, the show was thriving, and so was Barker's celebrity: That was evident by this memorable cameo appearance in the 1996 Adam Sandler movie "Happy Gilmore."
Barker walking off the stage for the last time.
"I'm often asked what I loved most about my years with 'Price,' and the first thing that pops to mind is ... the money, of course!" Barker joked in a 2021 interview.
"All kidding aside, there was much to love. I had the pleasure of working with a dedicated and talented cast and crew for 35 great years," he said.
Comic Drew Carey replaced Barker as host in October 2007.
In his 60-plus career in show business, Barker won 19 Daytime Emmys, received its Lifetime Award in 1995, and was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame in 2004.
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