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Date of Birth 10 December 1956Chicago, Illinois, USA
Birth NameMilorad Blagojevic
Nicknames G-Rod
Blago
Naughty Robby

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Rod Blagojevich was born on December 10, 1956 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Milorad Blagojevic. He is an actor, known for The Apprentice (2004), Pontiac's Rebellion (2009) and Late Show with David Letterman (1993). He has been married to Patti Blagojevich since August 25, 1990. They have two children.

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Patti Blagojevich (25 August 1990 - present) (2 children)

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Has two daughters, Amy and Anne.
Graduated from Northwestern University with a degree (1979).
Is of Serbian descent.
Parents are Mila and Radisav.
On Feb. 25, 1975, Blagojevich(7-1-0), 160lbs. lost to Patrick Porter, 160lbs. by 3rd round TKO in the Golden Gloves amateur boxing Tournament. The referee stopped the contest. Rod Blagojevich represented the Chicago Park District. Blagojevich retired from boxing after this match.
On Feb. 24, 1975, Blagojevich(7-0-0), 160lbs. defeated Thomas Muhme,160lbs. by 3-round points decision at the Golden Gloves amateur boxing Tournament. Rod Blagojevich represented the Chicago Park District.
On Feb. 17, 1975, Blagojevich(6-0-0), 160lbs. defeated Ron Dimino, 160lbs. by 3-round unanimous points decision (amateur smoker) in Chicago (Northside). Blagojevich represented the Chicago Park District.
On. Feb. 07, 1975, Blagojevich(5-0-0), 160lbs. defeated Leonard Bassuk, 160lbs. by 3-round unanimous points decision (amateur smoker) in Chicago. Blagojevich represented the Chicago Park District.
In Jan. 1974, Blagojevich (4-0-0), 154lbs. defeated Pat McAlinden, 154lbs. by 3-round unanimous points decision in Chicago (amateur smoker).Blagojevich represented the Chicago Park District.
Rod Blagojevich had a brief amateur boxing career which included Golden Glove competition. Blagojevich was coached by Jerry Murzullo and Pat LaCassa from 1974-1975 in Chicago's Park District. He had 8 amateur boxing matches, winning 7, and losing his last match by TKO at the 1975 Golden Gloves at St.Andrews Gym in Chicago's North Side.
Rod Blagojevich knocked out Max Dzwonkowsky in an amateur boxing match in 1 round.
Rod Blagajevich knocked out Mark Schenk in an amateur boxing match in 1 round.
Rod Blagajevich won a 3-round decision over Eric Ryall in January 1974 in an amateur middleweight boxing match in Chicago.

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