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Morton Dean Biography and Wiki
Morton Dean is a famous American television and radio news anchor, broadcast news correspondent, documentary film director, and author. Dean received numerous awards for his reporting, including a National Emmy Award, an Overseas Press Club Award, and a UPI Golden Mike.
Morton Dean Education
Dean attended B.M.C. Durfee High School. He later graduated from Emerson College in Boston with a bachelor’s degree in English in 1957. In 1977, he received an honorary Doctor of Law degree from his alma mater.
Morton Dean Age
How old is Morton? He is 87 years old as of 2022. He was born Morton Dean Dubitsky on 22 August 1935 in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States.
Morton Dean Ethnicity and Nationality
Morton belongs to the Jewish ancestry ethnicity/heritage. She was born and raised in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. He holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. ALSO READ: Megan Mullally
Morton Dean Family and Parents
Dean was born Morton Dean Dubitsky on 22 August 1935 in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. He is the son of Joseph Dubitsky and Celia Dubitsky. He is of
Morton Dean Wife and Married
Dean is married, he currently resides with his second wife Lonnie Reed, and children in Ridgefield, Connecticut, and Truro, Massachusetts.
Morton Dean Children
He is a proud father of three children, two daughters, and a son.
Morton Dean Net Worth
Morton makes quite a good amount from all his duties as a journalist, writer, and correspondent. Therefore, there is no doubt that he earns an impressive amount. He has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Morton Dean Books and Author
- Hello World! 1978.
- The Return to Glory Days 1997.
Morton Dean Career
During a six-month assignment in Vietnam in 1971, Dean covered a combat medevac mission under fire for CBS Evening News. They shot a seven-minute segment with cameraman Greg Cooke, which aired on the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite four days later. Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine published a feature article about medevac rescues during the Vietnam War and his experience flying on these missions as a news correspondent. In 2015, Dean and Cooke produced and directed American Medevac, a documentary that reunites the medevac crew with some of the service members they rescued in 1971, inspired by the events of 1971.
Dean joined ABC News as a correspondent in September 1988, covering the Space Shuttle Challenger’s return to space. Dean contributed to ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings and other ABC News broadcasts, as well as filling in for Ted Koppel on “Nightline.” Dean covered news events in the Middle East for more than three months in 1990, and he was the first television journalist to report from inside Kuwait following the Iraqi invasion. During the Gulf War, he reported from the Middle East for World News Tonight, and he was present at the first ground battle of Operation Desert Storm in January 1991.
He also covered the 1992 presidential campaign. with in-depth coverage of Ross Perot’s presidential campaign Dean reported on the first American casualties, as well as former US President George H. W. Bush’s visit to the area from Mogadishu, Somalia, in 1992, during the Somali Civil War and Operation Provide Relief. Dean was the lead reporter on the first World Trade Center terrorist attack in 1993. Dean was the first and only journalist to witness and report from inside the garage where the truck bomb detonated, and he later covered the investigation.