Norman Lear Dead; Statement from Job Biden President

Norman Lear as known as Norman Milton Lear he was an American Screenwriter and Producer.

Norman Lear Was an American Screenwriter and producer, who produced, wrote, created or developed over 100 shows. he created and produced numerous popular 1970s sitcoms, including All in the Family (1971-1979), Maude (1972-1978), Sanford and Son (1972-1977), One Day at a Time (1975-1984), The Jeffersons and Good Times.

Norman Lear

Norman Milton Lear born 27th July 1922 in the New Haven, Connecticut, United State (US) and He died 5 December 2023 (Aged 101) in Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Norman Lear received many awards including Six Primetime Emmy Awards, Two Peabody Awards, the National Medal of Arts in 1999, the Kennedy Center Honors in 2017, and the Golden Glob Carol Burnet Award in 2021. and also he was a Member of the Television Academy Hall of Fame.

Norman Lear’ Military Career- He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Forces in September 1942. He Served in the Mediterranean theater as a radio operator/ gunner on Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bombers with 772nd Bomb Squadron, 463rd Bomb Group of the Fifteen Air Force; in a 2014 Interview, he talked about bombing Germany. He Flew 52 combat mission and received the Air Medal with four oak leaf clusters. He was discharged from the Army Air Force in 1945.

Norman Lear’s Some Important Awards List-

  • 1977- Peabody Awards; Lifetime Achievement
  • 1977- American Humanist Association; Humanist Arts Award
  • 1980- Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award
  • 1984- Television Academy; Hall of Fame
  • 2007- Britannia Awards Excellence in Television
  • 2017- National Hispanic Media Coalition Media Icon
  • 2017- Peabody Awards; Lifetime Achievement

Statement from President Joe Biden – Norman Lear was a transformation force in American culture, whose trailblazing shows redefine television with courage, conscience, and humor, opening our nation’s eyes and often our hearts.

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