Reg Grundy

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Reginald Roy "Reg" Grundy (4 August 1923 – 6 May 2016) was an Australian entrepreneur, and media and television mogul. He was one of the pioneers and most successful television businessman in Australia. He was born in Sydney.

He was also the creator of many TV hits starting with game shows like Wheel of Fortune and Blankety Blanks and later soap operas Neighbours, Prisoner, Sons and Daughters and The Young Doctors.

Grundy died at his home in Bermuda on 6 May 2016, aged 92.[1]

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  1. Byrnes, Holly (9 May 2016). "Australian TV legend Reg Grundy has died aged 92". News.com.au. Retrieved 9 May 2016.