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John Mackey (IV) (1941–2011)

John Mackey was born on September 4, 1941 in New York City, New York, USA as John Kevin Mackey. He is known for his work on The NFL on CBS (1956), NFL Monday Night Football (1970) and The NFL on NBC (1965). He was married to Sylvia. He died on July 6, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 69) in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Known For

The NFL on CBS Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
(1963-1970)
NFL Monday Night Football Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
(1970-1971)
The NFL on NBC Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End / Self - San Diego Chargers Tight End
(1970-1972)
60 Minutes Self - Former Football Player (segment "A Blow to the Brain")
(2009)

Filmography

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 2009 60 Minutes (TV Series documentary)
Self - Former Football Player (segment "A Blow to the Brain")
- Golf Company/A Blow to the Brain/The Birdmen (2009) ... Self - Former Football Player (segment "A Blow to the Brain")
 1999-2001 ESPN SportsCentury (TV Series documentary)
Self
- Joe Namath (2001) ... Self
- Ernie Davis (2000) ... Self
- Jim Brown (1999) ... Self
- Johnny Unitas (1999) ... Self
 1970-1972 The NFL on NBC (TV Series)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End / Self - San Diego Chargers Tight End
- Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers (1972) ... Self - San Diego Chargers Tight End
- AFC Divisional Playoff: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Colts (1970) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts (1970) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Colts (1970) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Boston Patriots vs. Baltimore Colts (1970) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1972 1971 AFC Championship Game (TV Special)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1970-1971 NFL Monday Night Football (TV Series)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Baltimore Colts vs. Minnesota Vikings (1971) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers (1970) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Colts (1970) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1971 Super Bowl V (TV Special)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1971 1970 AFC Championship Game (TV Special)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1963-1970 The NFL on CBS (TV Series)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Philadelphia Eagles vs. Baltimore Colts (1970) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Baltimore Colts vs. Dallas Cowboys (1969) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Detroit Lions vs. Baltimore Colts (1969) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Baltimore Colts vs. Chicago Bears (1969) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
- Baltimore Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers (1969) ... Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1969 NFL '68: The Year of the Game (TV Special documentary short)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End (uncredited)
 1969 Super Bowl III (TV Special)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1968 1968 NFL Championship Game (TV Special)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1966 They Call It Pro Football (Documentary short)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
 1964 1964 NFL Championship Game (TV Special)
Self - Baltimore Colts Tight End
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Personal Details

Other Works:

TV commercial for Chase & Sanborn coffee (1971)

Publicity Listings:

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Height:

6' 3" (1.91 m)

Spouse:

Sylvia  (his death)  (3 children)
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Trivia:

Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1992. See more »

Star Sign:

Virgo

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