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Birth name  Gordon Robert Tapp
Movies  Wild Horse Hank
Genres  Country
Role  Musical Artist
Name  Gordie Tapp

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Born  June 4, 1922 (age 93) London, Ontario (1922-06-04)
Origin  London, Ontario, Canada
Similar People  Archie Campbell, Lulu Roman, Junior Samples, Roni Stoneman, Don Harron

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Gordon Robert "Gordie" Tapp, CM, O.Ont (June 4, 1922 – December 18, 2016), born in London, Ontario, was a Canadian entertainer, best known as a radio and television presenter, comedian and a CBS broadcaster. He was introduced to U.S. President Gerald Ford as the world's funniest storyteller.

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Career

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Tapp studied at the Lorne Greene Academy of Radio Arts. He was the host for Main Street Jamboree, a radio program broadcast from Hamilton during the 1950s. Tapp later emceed the CBC television show Country Hoedown as well as The Performers, a series of shows featuring 'up and coming' young Canadian talent, which was recorded in major Canadian cities including Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, and Vancouver. He went on to perform and write for the CBS television show Hee Haw. His famous roles were Cousin Clem, Samuel B. Sternwheeler, Mr. Gordon the storekeeper, and Lavern Nagger, the forever put-upon husband of Ida Lee Nagger (Roni Stoneman).

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Tapp was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 1990. He was awarded the Order of Canada in 1998 for his work in helping raise funds for organizations such as the Canadian Muscular Dystrophy campaign and Easter Seals.

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In 1999, he was awarded the Order of Ontario — the highest honour in the province of Ontario.

In his later life, Tapp was the commercial spokesperson for the Ultramatic adjustable bed.

Tapp died in Burlington, Ontario on December 18, 2016 at the age of 94; no cause was given.

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