Canadian-born Alex Trebek has been listed as one of the 200 people set to be celebrated in Donald Trump’s “National Garden of American Heroes.”
Per the White House release, Trebek is set to join famous faces like Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, Elvis Presley, Steve Jobs, Martin Luther King, Jr., Theodore Roosevelt and Whitney Houston, among others.
“In short, each individual has been chosen for embodying the American spirit of daring and defiance, excellence and adventure, courage and confidence, loyalty and love,” reads the notice.
Trebek, who hosted Jeopardy! for 34 seasons, is originally from Sudbury, Ontario. However, he did become a U.S. citizen in 1997.
The TV host died of pancreatic cancer in November 2020.
A location for the garden is still to be confirmed, but the order says the project is ready and prepared to “move forward.”