'California's Gold' Host Huell Howser Dies At 67
PALM SPRINGS (CBSLA.com) — KCET icon Huell Howser has died at the age of 67, according to his assistant, Ryan Morris.
Howser, who hosted PBS' "California's Gold", died of natural causes at his home on Sunday night.
He was known for his folksy, aw-shucks demeanor as he highlighted California’s small towns, landmarks and treasures.
Prior to his work at KCET, Howser was a reporter at KCBS (CBS2) and also worked as a weekend anchor and reporter for "Entertainment Tonight." He started his various PBS shows in 1985.