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John Schubeck (1936–1997)

John Schubeck was born on March 18, 1936 in Michigan, USA. He was an actor, known for Buddy Buddy (1981), Channel 4 News (2005) and Eyewitness News (1968). He died on September 26, 1997 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Buddy Buddy
Buddy Buddy Newscaster
Channel 4 News
Channel 4 News Himself - Anchor (1982-1986)
Eyewitness News
Eyewitness News New York Anchor (1968-1969) / New York Theatre Critic (1969-1971)
The NewsCenter
The NewsCenter Himself - L.A. Anchor


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 1981 Buddy Buddy
 1973 Adam's Rib (TV Series)
- Delilah (1973)
 1972-1973 Room 222 (TV Series)
- Of Smoke Filled Rooms (1973) ... Newscaster
- The Imposter (1972) ... Newscaster (as John Shubeck)
 1972 The Sixth Sense (TV Series)
TV Commentator
- Lady, Lady, Take My Life (1972) ... TV Commentator
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 1988 Live in Concert Belinda Carlisle (Video) (special thanks)
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 2005 Channel 4 News (TV Series)
Himself - Anchor (1982-1986)
 1974 The NewsCenter (TV Series)
Himself - L.A. Anchor
 1973 The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters (TV Series)
- Episode #1.19 (1973) ... Himself
 1968 Eyewitness News (TV Series)
New York Anchor (1968-1969) / New York Theatre Critic (1969-1971)

Personal Details

Other Works:

(Tuesday December 1,1970 12PM) He played a reporter for Channel 9 WWOR for Tom Eyen's play, "The Death of Off-Broadway Or: Money (Sieg Heil!) (A Street Play," in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company at first Astor Place Theatre and ended at Theatre De Lys in New York City. Tom Eyen and Gerald Miller were directors. The cast ... See more »

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John Shubeck

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