The former National Lottery presenter then moved to a million pound five bedroom semi-detached home nine miles away, which he was believed to be renting after selling the home he had lived in for 17 years, on March 23.
He told the TV Times: "I've kept a low profile because I had about four surgeries".
South West News Service report a tall blonde woman being seen talking to the police after he was found.
"It meant I couldn't exercise, so I've been dieting like insane, but then when I was asked to do this show I thought it would be fun". Same production crew for In it & Who Dares. At least 17 years.
"He would always say hello, he had a booming voice, and everyone knew it was Dale".
She wrote: 'Absolutely gutted, only saw him last week. I feel happy for him that he's in a place now where he's probably going to be eternally young'. "Having converted to Judaism herself, she and made sure I attended Hebrew classes every Sunday and had always brought me up to embrace the wonderfully strong values of Jewish family life".More news: Thunder Drop Game 2 to Jazz in Playoff Series
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"I think he was renting it". I wanted to withdraw but you know what this business is like.
"I would not leave the house".
Winton had been living in his north London apartment since earlier this month.
Davina McCall tweeted: "I am so so so sad to hear about Dale Winton a lovely, warm, kind, sensitive, generous soul with a touch of naughty!"
Scotland Yard have confirmed they are investigating his death.
Tributes have been pouring in today for veteran television presenter Dale Winton, who has passed away at the age of 62.
Winton's long-term agent Jan Kennedy asked for the star's grieving family's privacy to be respected.