|Date of Birth||17 November 1922|
|Date of Death||28 June 1979, New York City, New York, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
The son of producer and studio executive B.P. Schulberg and younger brother of novelist/screenwriter Budd Schulberg, Stuart Schulberg was born in Los Angeles and educated at the University of Chicago. He produced Marshall Plan films for the U.S. government after World War II, later co-producing two feature films, "No Way Back" (No Way Back (1953)), named best West German film in 1954, and "Special Delivery" (Special Delivery (1955)) with Joseph Cotten and Eva Bartok. In October 1956, he and brother Budd formed Schulberg Productions, Inc., which produced Wind Across the Everglades (1958). Stuart joined NBC Television in 1961 as co-producer of David Brinkley's Journal (1961) and, in 1965, was named producer of NBC's "Sports in Action". After a period as an independent documentary film producer working on "The Angry Voices of Watts" (1966) and "The New Voices of Watts" (1968), he rejoined NBC and was producer of "The Today (1952) Show" until 1976. Both Stuart and Budd Schulberg were nominated for Emmys for "Angry Voices".
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