A former Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist who worked for several newspapers and wrote two acclaimed non-fiction bestsellers, 'Friday Night Lights' (as H.G. Bissinger) and 'A Prayer for the City.'IMDb Mini Biography By: email@example.com
|Lisa C. Smith||(12 November 2003 - present)|
|Sarah Macdonald||(1985 - 1992) (divorced) 1 child|
|Debrah Stone||(1980 - 1983) (divorced) 2 children|
His mother, Eleanor Lebenthal Bissinger, is related to the family that founded and runs Wall Street's Lebenthal Fund.
Winner of the National Headliner Award, 1983 and co-recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in 1987, for series on the Philadelphia court system he wrote for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Graduate of University of Pennsylvania, B.A., 1976.
Previous newspaper experience includes stints on Norfolk, Virginia's Ledger-Star, 1976-1978, St. Paul's Pioneer Press Dispatch, Minnesota, 1978-1981; investigative reporter at Chicago Tribune, Illinois, and reporter, then editor at the Inquirer, 1981-1988.
Has three sons, H.G. 'Gary' Bissinger IIII, Zachery 'Zack' Stone Bissinger (twins, born in 1985), And Caleb St. John Macdonald Bissinger, (born in 1991).
Awarded Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University, 1985-1986.
He is also a contributing editor to Vanity Fair magazine.
His son, Gary Bissinger, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, Buzz's alma mater.
His son, Zach Bissinger, is autistic.
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