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Tom Brookshier (1931–2010)

Tom Brookshier was born on December 16, 1931 in Roswell, New Mexico, USA. He was an actor, known for Black Sunday (1977), The NFL on CBS (1956) and This Week in Pro Football (1967). He was married to Barbara Brookshier. He died on January 29, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. See full bio »

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Black Sunday Tom Brookshier
The NFL on CBS Self - Color Commentator / Self - Play-by-Play Announcer / Self - Color Commentator(Philadelphia) / Self - Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Back / Self - Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback / Self - Color Commentator)Philadelphia) / Self - Philadelphia Eagles Defenssive Back
This Week in Pro Football Self - Co-Host
1968 East-West Pro Bowl Self - Color Commentator


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6' (1.83 m)


Barbara Brookshier  (his death)  (3 children)

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Our No. 1 draft choice came down field on a pass pattern, and I knocked him out. Our coach jumped and yelled, and I thought 'Oh my God, I'm going to get cut!' But he ran out and said 'I like that.'


He became a sports broadcaster in 1961 at WCAU in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He joined Pat Summerall for three Super Bowls and worked with John Madden in the 1981 season. See more »

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