Jerry Bishop, the former L.A. morning drive disc jockey who served as the announcer on Judge Judy since the syndicated program’s start in 1996, died Tuesday, his family announced https://t.co/y1erewNTh5
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) April 24, 2020
Cause of Death.
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Longtime #JudgeJudy announcer #JerryBishop has died of heart disease at the age of 84. Bishop was with the show for 24 years and worked until his final days. He’s known in Los Angeles for his work on radio at KFI, KIIS and KLAC, and was the voice of #DisneyChannel for 15 years. pic.twitter.com/QfdgffVGZ3
— HOTCHKA (@Hotchka) April 24, 2020
#Breaking – Jerry Bishop, who was the announcer for the TV court show, Judge Judy has died at 84-years-old due to heart disease. #WeFilterFakeNews #JerryBishop #JudgeJudy #tvnews https://t.co/UoCdULoh26 pic.twitter.com/S2NhNb9H2r
— Oigetit Fake News Filter (@oigetit_com) April 24, 2020
— Mike Barnes (@MikeBarnes4) April 24, 2020
— Jason S ♋🇺🇸 (@theluckyman) April 24, 2020
Jerry Bishop, the voice of “Judge Judy” since it’s debut in 1996 and prior to that the voice of “The” Disney Channel from its 1983 launch until it went basic, has died. https://t.co/dnTqa130ta
— Kevin D. Grüssing (pronounced Grew-Sing) (@KevDGrussing) April 24, 2020