Al Morgan (writer)
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Who is Al Morgan?
Al Morgan was an American producer of The Today Show during the 1960s, was a novelist best known for his trenchant look at media personalities, The Great Man, which reviewers compared to The Hucksters and Citizen Kane. It was this novel which popularized the phrase "The Great Unwashed." As in Citizen Kane, a reporter sets out to gather information on a well-known deceased public figure. Some critics suggested the deceased character, national radio commentator Herb Fuller, was inspired by Arthur Godfrey.
- born on (95 years ago) in United States of America
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, television producer
- died on (4 years ago)
- written works: "Oh, Captain!", "The Great Man", "One star general", "Cast of characters"
- film written: The Great Man
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement In Daytime Programming - Programs - "Today"
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement In Daytime Programming - Programs - "Today"
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