TV presenter Dale Winton has died aged 62, agent confirms

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Kate Phillips, controller of entertainment commissioning at the BBC, said that Winton was an "immensely well-loved individual" who had a "wonderfully unique and special energy" on screen.

The TV presenter, Dale Winton has died, from an, as of yet unconfirmed reason at the age of 62.

David Walliams has paid a heartfelt tribute to friend Dale Winton following his death at the age of 62. "I thought it was a hoax, honestly as you know you get that sometimes on social media and you think for goodness sake, it's just frightful".

A police spokesperson has confirmed that an investigation has been ordered into the death of Dale Winton.

The TV stalwart was a firm fixture on the box, hosting Supermarket Sweep, Touch The Truck and the National Lottery game show In It To Win It. I will henceforth always salute your regular spot outside Pat Val's Marylebone High Street.

Winton's long-term agent Jan Kennedy asked for the star's grieving family's privacy to be respected. Goodnight Dale. An unassuming gentle man, lively company, a pleasure to write for.

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No further details about the cause of death have been revealed, with police now treating it as "unexplained" but "not suspicious".

Some who had worked with Winton expressed their sadness over the news of his death. He told ITV's Loose Women show in 2016, "I always thought, 'Get over yourself.' But my mum died of it".

Dale presented the show, which sees three teams go head-to-head using their skills and knowledge of merchandise to win cash prizes, from 1993 until 2001.

Winton's father died on the day of his bar mitzvah and Winton was brought up by his mother. Thoughts for his family he was a gent to work with.

Dale released an autobiography in 2002, in which he came out as gay.