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Martin Agronsky (1915–1999)

Martin Agronsky was born on January 12, 1915 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Martin Zama Agronsky. He was an actor, known for Face the Nation (1954), First Monday in October (1981) and Vanished (1971). He was married to Helen Smathers and Sharon Agronsky. He died on July 25, 1999 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Face the Nation
Face the Nation Himself - Host (1965-1969)
First Monday in October
First Monday in October TV Commentator
Vanished Reporter
Today Himself


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 1981 First Monday in October
TV Commentator
 1976 Agronsky & Co. (TV Series)
Host (1969-87)
 1971 Martin Agronsky: Evening Edition (TV Series)
Host (1971-76)
 1971 Vanished (TV Movie)
 1953 At Issue (TV Series)
Host (1953-54)
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 1964-1968 CBS Reports (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Interviewer / Himself
- Justice Black and the Bill of Rights (1968) ... Himself - Interviewer
 1964 After Ten Years: The Court and the Schools (TV Movie)
Himself - Correspondent
 1960-1964 Today (TV Series)
- Episode dated 9 January 1964 (1964) ... Himself
- Episode dated 17 May 1960 (1960) ... Himself
 1962 Chet Huntley Reporting (TV Series)
Himself - Interviewer
- Episode dated 2 October 1962 (1962) ... Himself - Interviewer
 1957 Look Here (TV Series)
Himself - - Host
- Episode dated 27 October 1957 (1957) ... Himself - - Host
 1954 Face the Nation (TV Series)
Himself - Host (1965-1969)

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Award-winning, US broadcast journalist for five decades from 1940. Over his career, he worked for the three major commercial networks in the United States (ABC, CBS and NBC), as well as for the Public Broadcasting Service. See more »

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