Presenter Dale Winton has died aged 62

Dale Winton, the TV presenter, has died aged 62, his agent reveals

Fellow television hosts Paddy McGuinness, Davina McCall, Ryan Clark Neal and James Martin were among those to pay tribute to Winton soon after news of his death was announced.

So sad to hear the news Dale Winton has passed away.

Dale Winton is known for his shows like Dale's Supermarket Sweep, the National Lottery, In It to Win It, and Hole in the Wall series.

Winton started his career as a DJ in London leading to work on local radio.

Dale is best-known for presenting hit gameshow "Supermarket Sweep", which ran from 1993 to 2000, before being revived in 2007.

Winton previously spoke of his love for Supermarket Sweep, saying he keeps a collection of mementos from his time on the show. "Good night lovely man xxxxx".

Meanwhile, singer Boy George said he was "shocked", describing Winton as a "sweet man".

Dale Winton came out as gay in his 2002 autobiography My Story.

In 2016 he revealed that he had been battling depression after a painful break up.

'I'm a bit of a hoarder, but if I died today, no one would want all this old junk, so it's about time I went through it all.

His other shows included Pets Win Prizes, Touch The Truck, Celebrity Fit Club and most recently, Dale Winton's Florida Fly Drive on Channel 5. "I wanted to withdraw".

Winton's mother died following an overdose just days after after he turned 21.

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