The long time announcer of The Late Show, Alan Kalter’s Cause of Death

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Alan Katler reportedly died at the age of 78 on Monday, October 4, 2021. There was no information on his cause of death until rumors started going round about a possible cause of his death.

Peggy, Kalter’s wife brought the news about his demise to the public and revealed that he died at the Connecticut’s Stamford Hospital.

About Alan Katler – Age – Education

Katler was born in Brooklyn, on March 21, 1944, making him 78-year-old.

He had a passion for teaching which led him straight to Baldwin High School, after he finished from Hobart College.

He also had a passion for public speaking hence started broadcasting on local radio, and opportunities in other platforms were opened for him like becoming the 1980s voice of USA Network and the Michelin Man.

His carrier was booming and he had no cause to worry he also became the announcer of “Letterman” up until the end of the series

Alan Katlers cause of death

The speech Katler’s wife gave was supposed to clear the questions of the cause of his death but it was so plain and the most remarkable we could gather from her speech was that; “He passed away peacefully at Connecticut’s Stam,” which did not state the 78-year-old’s cause of death.

All we can say now is that Katler died a peaceful death but we hope to update you as soon as we get updates.

Social media reactions to Alan Katler’s death

Tributes paid to the diseaced are realy touching some of them from fans and friends read as follows:

“Man… Alan Kalter was one of my favorite people on TV. It’s always worthwhile to look up the clips available of him on YouTube. Such a funny guy.” A fan wrote.

Another fan wrote, “R.I.P. Alan Kalter, David Letterman’s Longtime Announcer Dead at 78 Alan Kalter, the longtime announcer of Late Show with David Letterman, has died at the age of 78.”

Another user tweeted, “I’m old now, so I’m rarely- if ever- up at 11:30 pm. But Alan Kalter was a mainstay in my college years and well into my 20s. Love him, and Dave so much. RIP.”

“When we played Letterman the first time, he came up to me and told me it was good to see another redhead on the show. I spent 5 seconds with him, + my takeaway was, “What a great guy!” said another

It is indeed a loss we have as the legend has impacted so many lives and a lot of people have made him their role model. May his soul rest in peace.