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Myron Cope (1929–2008)

Myron Cope was born on January 23, 1929 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as Myron Sydney Kopelman. He was an actor, known for ESPN SportsCentury (1999), NFL Game of the Week (1965) and Dr. Ravi & Mr. Hyde (2007). He was married to Mildred Lindberg. He died on February 27, 2008 in Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania. See full bio »

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ESPN SportsCentury
NFL Game of the Week
NFL Game of the Week Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Broadcaster
Dr. Ravi & Mr. Hyde
Dr. Ravi & Mr. Hyde Myron Cope
A Football Life
A Football Life Himself


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 2007 Dr. Ravi & Mr. Hyde (Video)
Myron Cope
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 2012 A Football Life (TV Series)
- The Faces of Tebow (2012) ... Himself (voice)
 2004 NFL Game of the Week (TV Series)
Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Broadcaster
- Leather and Lace: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals (2004) ... Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Broadcaster
- Old Tradition: Oakland Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers (2004) ... Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Broadcaster
 2000-2003 ESPN SportsCentury (TV Series documentary)
- Terry Bradshaw (2003) ... Himself
- Roberto Clemente (2002) ... Himself
- Bill Mazeroski (2000) ... Himself
- Johnny Unitas (2000) ... Himself
- Jim Brown (2000) ... Himself
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 2016 A Football Life (TV Series)
- Chuck Noll (2016) ... Himself

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Lived all but seven months of his life in Pittsburgh, the short period in 1951 when he took his first job after graduating from Pitt at the Erie Times, where an editor changed his byline to Cope. See more »


Excitable commentary coupled with a crackly Pittsburgh accent See more »

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