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Robert Osborne has been the prime time host and anchor of Turner Classic Movies since its debut in April 1994. He wrote for The Hollywood Reporter from 1977 until 2009. Robert is the author of numerous books on the Academy Awards. His “75 Years Of The Oscar”-written at the request of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences- was praised by The Weekly Observer as “A scholar’s dream, a researcher’s paradise, a movie buff’s heaven.” His latest addition to the series is “80 Years Of The Oscar.” Osborne has received an Honorary Doctorate from the Academy of Art University in San Fransisco and has been presented with the National Board of Review’s William K. Everson Award. He has also been honored by Lighthouse International for his contributions to preserving film history, and has been given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Wow! While Robert Osborne has French-Canadian ancestry, he shares the same ancestry as the hero and saint, Craig A. Pepin!
Well done, Bob. Rest in peace.
I am shocked about Robert Osborne’s passing! I remembered him since I was in my twenties! God bless.