Dick Clark through the years
Photos of TV host Dick Clark through the years.
The teens aged (1957 version seen here), but Dick never did.
Dick Clark, disc jockey and television personality who presents dance records on his televised dance parties, picks a record in his station record library in Philadelphia. (Feb. 3, 1959)
Dick Clark and Barbara Mallery with their son, Richard, 3, in their home near Philadelphia. (July 26, 1960)
In 1973, Dick Clark presents the Rock and Roll Year--a musical portrait of the 1950s and 1960s on the ABC television network in a series of five specials.
The "American bandstand" host in 1974.
Dick Clark on the TV show $100,000 Pyramid.
It's 1980, still not aging.
"Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. (Nov. 10, 1980)
Clark polishes a sign that changes a portion of Philadelphia's Market Street to American Bandstand Boulevard to recognize the 30th anniversary of the popular dance program that originated in Philadelphia. (Oct. 27, 1981)
Dick Clark in March 8, 1982.
Will New Year's Eve ever be the same without "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve"?
Dick Clark hosts a comedy special of comic out-takes from popular TV productions as well as hilarious moments from live television. (Jan. 16, 1996)
Familiar turf for the "Bandstand" guru, Dick Clark broadcasts during New Year's festivities from Times Square. (Dec. 31, 1996)
America's eternal teenager. (Nov. 4, 1997)
Dick Clark, left, congratulates Little Richard, right, along side his wax figure at Movieland Wax Museum. (1997)
Executive producer Dick Clark steps in to stop Elizabeth Taylor from nearly announcing the winner of the best motion picture drama before she named the nominees in the category at the 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Jan. 21, 2001)
Dick Clark, the prolific TV producer, "American Bandstand" host, and the man who ushered in the new year for the nation died April 18, 2012, following a massive heart attack. He was 82.
Newsday's obituary for Dick Clark
In Hollywood. (March 11, 2004)
Dick Clark was so good at bringing in the New Year.