David Brinkley Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

David Brinkley Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best TV Presenters David Brinkley including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of David Brinkley
Real Name David Brinkley
Profession TV Anchors, Journalists, TV Presenters
Nick Name David McClure Brinkley
Nationality American
Personal life of David Brinkley
Born on 10 July 1920
Birthday 10th July
Died At Age 82
Sun Sign Cancer
Born in Wilmington, North Carolina
Died on 11 June 2003
Place of death Houston, Texas, United States
Family Background of David Brinkley
Father William Graham Brinkley
Mother Mary MacDonald Brinkley
Spouse/Partner Susan Adolph (m. 1972-2003) Ann Fischer (m. 1946-1968)
Children Alan Brinkley Alexis Brinkley John Brinkley Joel Brinkley
Education New Hanover High School University of North Carolina Emory University Vanderbilt University
Awards two Emmy Awards three George Foster Peabody Awards Presidential Medal of Freedom 1992 – Presidential Medal of Freedom
Personal Fact of David Brinkley

In the history of electronic journalism, very few anchors and newscasters have changed the way news was presented – David Brinkley being one amongst those. Having been in the industry for half a century and serving as the newscaster for four decades, Brinkley brought about a major change in the industry with his unique ways and mannerism.

He was known for his ironic presentation style and the ability to infuse wittiness to serious news presentation style. He first tasted success with the NBC News, The Huntley-Brinkley Report which was followed by the David Brinkley Journal and NBC Nightly News.

He left NBC network to join ABC and was given the anchoring responsibilities of the Sunday morning show, This Week with David Brinkley which he took to greater heights with a unique format. Apart from serving as the anchor, correspondent and reporter, he penned three books in his lifetime of which Washington Goes to War went on to become a bestseller and a critically acclaimed book.