Norman Brokaw, American talent agent, Died at 89

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Norman R. Brokaw was born on April 21, 1927, in New York City and died on October 29, 2016.

He was an American talent agent.

Brokaw served as the president, chief executive officer, and chairman of the William Morris Agency.

Norman represented Marilyn Monroe, Donna Summer, Bill Cosby, Mark Spitz, Warren Beatty, Clint Eastwood, and many more.

He delivered mail for the William Morris Agency in 1943, at the age of 15.

Since the 1950s, Norman encouraged William Morris to get into the television business.

Norman helped create such series as Racket Squad and Public Defender by moving 1950s film stars to television.

He went on to represent producers of Gomer Pyle,The Dick Van Dyke Show, and The Andy Griffith Show.

He was appointed as the president and CEO of the William Morris Agency in 1989.

Norman became its CEO and chairman in 1991.

Brokaw was married to Marguerite Longley and had three sons and three daughters.

He was married to Marguerite Longley and had three sons and three daughters.

He died in Beverly Hills, California.

Norman Brokaw passed away at 89 years old.

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