Ed Bradley

Ed Bradley was a ground-breaking African-American journalist who enjoyed a long career at CBS, including more than 25 years with the award-winning news magazine show, "60 Minutes" (CBS, 1968- ). He was the recipient of just about every journalism honor in existence - including 19 Emmy Awards for distinctive, hard-hitting investigative pieces and intimate, personal profiles of celebrities and news...

Michael Lerner

Michael Lerner
Jowly character player who honed his skills with San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre before making his film debut in "Alex in Wonderland" (1970). After several small film roles, Lerner gained notice for his performance as Katz, the Machiavellian lawyer, in Bob Rafelson's "The Postman Always Rings Twice" (1981) and as World Series "fixer" Arnold Rothstein in John Sayles' "Eight Men Out"...