Jerry Bishop, Judge Judy Announcer Dies at 84 age

Judge Bishop Bishop Annie of the show Judy has died. His family confirmed his death and said that he died in Los Angeles at the age of 84 on Tuesday due to heart disease.

Jerry Bishop at the beginning of his career L.A. The morning drive disc worked as a jockey. After which he worked as an announcer on the Judge Judy Show for 24 years.

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He was associated with it since the inception of the Judge Judy program in 1996.

He joined several working stations such as KFI, KIIS and KLAC in 80 ‘before joining Judge Judy. After this he also did promos at NBC and ABC. He also gave his voice to Disney for 15 years.

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On Bishop’s death, his colleague Judy Sheindlin said in his statement “Jerry Bishop has been the voice of our program for 24 years. Everybody loved him. He had a golden heart and generous spirit. I adored him and will miss him.”