Mike Wallace Net Worth

Mike Wallace Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Mike Wallace net worth is
$21 Million

Mike Wallace Wiki Biography

Myron Leon Wallace was born on 9 May 1918, in Brookline, Massachusetts USA, to Zina and Frank Wallace, of Russian-Jewish descent. He was a journalist, game show host, actor and media personality, best known for hosting the CBS news program “60 Minutes”. He passed away in 2012.

A noted television host, how wealthy was Mike Wallace? According to sources, Wallace had collected a net worth of over $21 million, acquired largely during his career as a television journalist.

Mike Wallace Net Worth $21 million

Wallace grew up in Brookline, where he attended Brookline High School. Upon matriculating in 1935 he enrolled at the University of Michigan, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1939. His career in journalism began in college, where he worked as a reporter for the Michigan Daily student newspaper. Prior to his graduation, he began his radio career, working as newscaster and announcer at several radio stations in Michigan. Enlisting in the US Navy during World War II, he served as a naval communications officer for three years, then went on to work a variety of radio jobs as an announcer in the late ’40s and early ’50s, which greatly contributed to his reputation and to his net worth too.

Meanwhile in 1949 Wallace became involved in a number of television and media jobs. He hosted game shows such as “Who’s the Boss?”, “The Big Surprise” and “Who Pays?”, and did various commercials, further increasing his wealth. In the mid-’50s, he became the host of an interview show called “Night Beat”, that went national on ABC as “The Mike Wallace Interview”, earning Wallace his first taste of fame and greatly adding to his fortune.

The early ’60s saw him doing commercials such as that for Parliament Cigarettes, but during this time he hosted a nightly interview program for Westinghouse Broadcasting called “PM East”, and a documentary television series produced for Syndication by David Wolper called “Biography”.

In 1963, Wallace became a full-time correspondent for CBS News, being later chosen as the lead reporter of the network’s news magazine television program “60 Minutes”, which debuted in 1968. Hosting a show that became extremely popular enabled Wallace to become involved in some of the world’s most important events, and to interview a number of presidents and other important figures. His work on the show made him a star television personality, famous for never being afraid of asking the tough questions and having no mercy for his subjects. He was also known for several controversies while on “60 Minutes”, such as being sued for libel by General William Westmoreland over a special he had done on the Vietnam War.

Wallace retired as a full-time correspondent in 2006, but went on to occasionally appear in the show for two more years. His career on the show lasted for 37 years, the oldest news anchor of “60 Minutes”, earning him an impressive net worth.

Wallace also pursued an acting career. Back in the late ’40s he starred in the short-lived television series “Stand by for Crime”, and went on to appear in other series during the ’50s, such as “You Are There”, “The Web”, “General Electric Theater” and “Studio One in Hollywood”. All contributed to his wealth.

Wallace also wrote two autobiographies with Gary Paul Gates, the 1984 “Close Encounters: Mike Wallace’s Own Story” and the 2005 “Between You and Me: A Memoir”.

When it comes to his personal life, Wallace was married four times. His first marriage was to Norma Kaphan, from 1940t to 1948; they had two children. In 1949 he married Patricia ‘Buff’ Cobb, divorcing her in 1955, later that year marrying Lorraine Perigord, who he divorced in 1986. His last marriage was to Mary Yates, who he married in 1986, remaining with her until his death. Wallace unknowingly suffered from clinical depression for years, which once led him to attempt a suicide. Wallace died of natural causes in 2012, being aged 93. His celebrated career earned him numerous Emmy Awards, and enabled him to amass a sizable fortune.

Full NameMike Wallace
Net Worth$21 Million
Date Of BirthMay 9, 1918
DiedApril 7, 2012, New Canaan, Connecticut, United States
Place Of BirthBrookline, Massachusetts, United States
Height1.83 m
Weight90 kg
ProfessionJournalist, Game Show Host, Actor, Announcer
EducationUniversity of Michigan, Brookline High School
SpouseMary Yates (m. 1986–2012), Lorraine Perigord (m. 1955–1986), Buff Cobb (m. 1949–1955), Norma Kaphan (m. 1940–1948)
ChildrenChris Wallace, Peter Wallace
ParentsFrank Wallace, Zina Wallace
SiblingsArnold Wallace, Jahlisa Wallace, Reggie Wallace
NicknamesMyron Leon Wallace , Myron Wallace , Mr. Mike Wallace , Mike Wallechinsky , Myron Leon "Mike" Wallace
AwardsNews & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Interview, Golden Globe Award for Television Achievement, News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Coverage of a Continuing News Story - Segments
Music GroupsPreoccupations, Women, Memory, Anxiety, Continental Shelf
NominationsNews & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism – Long Form, TCA Career Achievement Award, News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism - Segments
MoviesShy Guy, They Looked Away, Right to Exit
TV Shows60 Minutes, 20th Century with Mike Wallace, Biography, The Big Surprise, Primetime, The Name's the Same, The Twentieth Century, Stand By for Crime, The Mike Wallace Profile
1His catchphrase - "Forgive me!"
2His gruff personality.
3Interviewing guests a lot of cold hard questions.
1The Westmoreland affair, professionally and personally, was one of the most difficult times of my life. It was just devastatingly difficult because my integrity was put to question, and as a reporter, that's the single most important thing you've got.
2[on surprise expressed when he retired in 2006] Let's face it. I'm not 85 anymore.
1Until the record was broken by Robert H. Schuller in 2008, Wallace hosted the same TV series, 60 Minutes (1968), for the longest time; 38 years and 8 months.
2Did the series PM East at Westinghouse Licensing Corporation (also known as Westinghouse Electric Corporation), in New York City, New York.
3Anchored the Election Coverage for Westinghouse Licensing Corporation (also known as Westinghouse Electric Corporation), in New York City, New York, in 1960.
4He was known to be a very private man.
5After his death, he left an impressive $21 million dollar fortune to his wife - Mary Yates, who would also die, 5 months later. His will was submitted to court.
6At age 31, Wallace moved to New York City, New York, in 1949, to pursue a career as a game show host and a television personality.
7Hobbies: tennis, jogging, sailing, art, politics, dining out and traveling.
8Wallace was forced to apologize for a racial slur he had made about blacks and Hispanics. During a break while preparing a 60 Minutes (1968) report on a bank that had been accused of duping low-income Californians, Wallace was caught on tape once he made the joke. Attention was re-drawn to that incident several years later when protests were raised against Wallace's being selected to give a university commencement address at the same ceremony during which Nelson Mandela was being awarded an honorary doctorate in absentia for his fight against racism. Wallace initially called the protestors' complaint "absolute foolishness." However, he subsequently again apologized for his earlier remark, and added that when he had been a student decades earlier on the same university campus, "though it had never really caused me any serious difficulty here ... I was keenly aware of being Jewish, and quick to detect slights, real or imagined.... We Jews felt a kind of kinship [with blacks]," but "Lord knows, we weren't riding the same slave ship.".
9Inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. [1991].
10Met a young CBS News reporter, Morley Safer, in London, England, where he was worked as the London Bureau Chief, in 1968. Wallace immediately hired him, a couple of years later.
11In preparation for Wallace's retirement on 60 Minutes (1968), he traveled to The Violin Virtuoso to interview Itzhak Perlman.
12Once owned a house in Manhattan, New York.
13Was a Democrat.
14In his 38 year tenure on 60 Minutes (1968), he won 21 Emmy Awards.
15Along with Louis Lomax, Wallace produced a five-part documentary about the organization, The Hate That Hate Produced, which aired during the week of July 13, 1959. The program was the first time most white people heard about the Nation, its leader, Elijah Muhammad, and its charismatic spokesman, Malcolm X.
16Helped created 60 Minutes (1968), the most successful prime-time show in television history.
17Owned the Vietnam story on the lead of CBS News. He led it 31 times during Vietnam.
18Won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award Grand Prize and Television First Prize. [1996].
19Father of Peter and Chris Wallace.
20Each week, viewers of 60 Minutes (1968) could expect Wallace to ask the questions they wanted answered by the world's leaders and headliners. He did not disappoint, often revealing more than the public ever hoped to see.
21Martha's Vineyard Community Services held a dinner following the Possible Dreams Auction on to celebrate the event's 30th anniversary and honor long-time supporters that included Wallace, himself. His wife, Mary Yates, Livingston Taylor, and auction committee member DiAnn Ray and her husband, Sandy, joined in the applause. [4 August 2008].
22Like fellow reporters, Barbara Walters, Dan Rather and Walter Cronkite, Wallace was known to be a very busy television personality.
23His favorite 60 Minutes (1968) interview was pianist Vladimir Horowitz.
24Wallace said at the time that he had long vowed to retire from hosting 60 Minutes (1968), 'when my toes turn up,' and 'they're just beginning to curl a trifle. It's become apparent to me that my eyes and ears, among other appurtenances, aren't quite what they used to be.'.
25During his last years, he also suffered dementia.
26In his 38 year run on 60 Minutes (1968), Wallace interviewed over 100 celebrities.
27In 2008, his longtime friend Andy Rooney helped him celebrated his 90th birthday, by viewing clips of him, when Wallace hosted 60 Minutes (1968).
28Mentor and friends of Harry Smith, Steve Kroft and Lesley Stahl.
29Mike Wallace died on April 7, 2012. Just 5 months after his death, his fourth wife and widow, Mary Yates, also passed away.
30Just before his death, Pauline Dora was his caregiver.
31His wife Mary Yates was 11 years his junior.
32Great-grandfather of Caroline.
33Upon his death, his ashes were being interred in the cemetery, while some was spreaded over Vineyard Haven Harbor in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts.
34Release of his book, "Between You and Me - A Memoir". [2005]
35Was a heavy smoker.
36Mike Wallace's family's surname was originally Wallik.
37Was sued by both General William C. Westmoreland and CBS News, for reporting that Westmoorland had deliberately falsified estimates of enemy troops strength in Vietnam. The suit was eventually dropped and talked many times about the deep depression that descended on him during the trial.
38While working on 60 Minutes (1968), a lifetime of working grueling hours, combined with arguments, the hundreds of airline flights and spending each night in various hotel rooms, had merely taken a toll on him, but did not escape, he collapsed on a plane, and was sent to the hospital where the doctors implanted his pacemaker, and monitored his heart by long-distance.
39Before he was a successful news correspondent, he served as announcer on the radio show: "The Green Hornet.".
40Met Buff Cobb when he was interviewed her at a radio station in Chicago, before she eventually co-hosted the show Mike and Buff (1951). The two eventually got married.
41Before he was a successful news reporter in New York, Wallace was living in Ann Arbor, Michigan, at the time, he began his career as a rip-and-read reporter for $20 a week and worked his way up.
42To be a newscaster on television, Myron had decided to use his nickname, which eventually became Mike Wallace.
43Before he was hired as correspondent of 60 Minutes (1968), Wallace nearly quit CBS News for a job that would have landed him in the White House. He was covering the presidential election when Richard Nixon asked him to be his press secretary. Wallace was tempted.
44During the Iranian hostage crisis, he snared the exclusive interview with the Ayatollah Khomeini. [1979].
45Had a pacemaker for over 20 years.
46His sister, Helen, was a pianist.
47Enjoyed playing tennis.
48Each year, he participated in the Jay Murray Kay Prize Speaking contest. Though he didn't win, but he merited his honorable mention, a couple of times, and appeared in plays.
49Childhood friend of John F. Kennedy and Nancy Reagan.
50Kept his depression a secret for years.
51His family used to live not too far away from John F. Kennedy's house.
52While in high school, he was a newspaper writer where he got paid $2 a column, for the Brookline Chronicle.
53When his father, Frank Wallace, was a teenager, used to work at a grocery store, later became the manager, until his father lost the store at the end of World War I.
54Was a popular student at Brookline High School, where he was the sports editor.
55The youngest of 4 children.
56Attended Edward Devotion School in Brookline, Massachusetts.
57Used to play tennis with Johnny Carson.
58Before he was a successful news correspondent, he was also an announcer and newscaster on radio.
59Was a longtime friend of Joan Rivers.
60Enlisted in the United States Navy in 1943 and served as a communications officer during World War II on the USS Anthedon, a submarine tender. He saw no combat, but traveled to Hawaii, Australia, and Subic Bay in the Philippines, then patrolling the South China Sea, the Philippine Sea and south of Japan. Wallace returned to Chicago after being discharged in 1946.
61After his 38-year stint as host of 60 Minutes (1968), he retired from hosting duties, full-time, in May 2006, at age 88. The last time Wallace interview was in early 2008.
62Lived in Brookline, Massachusetts, up until 1935, when Wallace, aged 17, transferred to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he was a student at the University of Michigan.
63His final 60 Minutes (1968) interview was when he talked with a disgraced baseball star Roger Clemens about his alleged steroid use.
64Hosted the pilot episode for 'Nothing But the Truth,' which was helmed by Bud Collyer when it aired under the title, To Tell the Truth (1956). Coincidentally, Wallace was the most frequent panelist on that show.
65Was a spokesperson for Parliament Cigarettes.
66On March 14, 2006, he announced his retirement as reporter on 60 Minutes (1968) effective in May, 2006. He last appearance on the show was May 21st.
67Graduated from Brookline High School in Brookline, Massachusetts, in 1935.
68His first 60 Minutes (1968) interview was with the former Attorney General, Ramsay Clark, who talked about police brutality.
69Was a longtime friend of Johnny Carson, who was a devout fan of Wallace's show 60 Minutes (1968).
70Attended the prestigious Brookline Music School in Brookline, Massachusetts, where he took musical lessons, where he was the concert master of the high school's orchestra.
71Was awarded the University of Illinois Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Journalism. [13 October 2007].
72Once belonged to the Alpha Gamma Chapter of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
73He was one of Don Hewitt's first choices as the news correspondent of 60 Minutes (1968).
74Journalism ran in his family.
75After his departure from 60 Minutes (1968), Wallace continued working for CBS News as a 'Correspondent Emeritus,' albeit at a reduced pace, until leaving the network for good in 2008.
76Grandfather of Peter, Margaret, Andrew and Catherine.
77Before he was a successful news correspondent, Wallace also announced Wrestling in Chicago in the late 1940s and early 1950s, sponsored by Tavern Pale beer.
78Was the first television personality ever to have hosted a television show longer than anybody else in the business, in-front of both Bob Barker and Vin Scully.
79Had successful triple bypass surgery [2008].
80Friends with: Bob Barker, Barbara Walters, Larry King, Johnny Carson, Walter Cronkite, Harry Reasoner, Morley Safer, Charles Kuralt, Barbra Streisand, John F. Kennedy, Charles Osgood, Dan Rather, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Harry Smith, Andy Rooney, Don Hewitt, Vanessa Redgrave, Mickey Rooney, Philip Scheffler, Phil McGraw, Regis Philbin, David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, Rosie O'Donnell, Carol Channing, Joan Rivers, Bob Schieffer, Roger Mudd, Tom Brokaw and Ted Koppel.
81Of Russian-Jewish descent.
82Before he was a successful news correspondent, he was a game show host.
83Was associated with CBS News from 1951, and again from 1963 to 2006.
84In high school, the only subject he didn't like was chemistry.
85Met a young, unfamiliar singer, Barbra Streisand, on the set of PM East (1961). Exactly thirty years later, he would later interview her on 60 Minutes (1968).
86The most shocking interview he had ever done on 60 Minutes (1968) was with Vietnam veteran, Paul Meadlo, where Meadlo confessed his role in the 'My Lai Massacre,' the Vietnam atrocity by American troops that pulled the nation. Wallace told Bradley about this, years after.
87Long before his surviving son Chris Wallace worked for Fox News, he worked for 28 years, at two separate news stations, which were both: NBC and ABC.
88Was the oldest news anchor of 60 Minutes (1968).
89Just before his death, he lived in a care facility in New Canaan, Connecticut.
90Despite limiting Wallace's workload on 60 Minutes (1968), which began in 2003, he had found it difficult to remain idle, and had 11 original reports on the show, including interviews that had ranged, in typical Wallace fashion, from talking international politics with Mr. Putin to talking steroids with Jose Canseco.
91In 1992, along with widow Mary Yates, he founded Wallace House on the campus of University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, a place where journalists, worldwide, can come themselves to study, to hone their craft.
92Interred at West Chop Cemetery in Tisbury, Massachusetts, USA.
93Didn't cover Richard Nixon until 1967. It was also at the time, Wallace finally covered for Nixon, he was flying around the country, along with the people like Pat Buchanan (who was one of Nixon's speechwriters), and some of the people who eventually wound up with Nixon, in the White House.
94Had finally persuaded Dick Salant, who was the president of CBS News at the time, to hire him to work at CBS News, which revitalized Wallace's 43-year career in broadcasting.
95He buried his son, Peter, on what would've been his son's 20th birthday.
96Had a couple of successful surgeries for circulation in the legs.
97All of his siblings - before Wallace, himself - had attended Brookline High School.
98At Brookline High School, he was also on the boys track team and served as captain of the tennis team.
99Originally wanted to be a lawyer.
100Had a speech teacher, Louise Hannan, who taught young Mike how to produced tones from the diaphragm.
101His father, Frank Wallace, was the commissioner for Mike's own family, his mother, Zina Sharfman Wallace, was a housewife.
102A week after his 80th birthday, he appeared on the final episode of Murphy Brown (1988).
103His birthplace, Brookline, Massachusetts, is about 4 miles west of Boston.
104Mike Wallace died on April 7, 2012. His ex-60 Minutes (1968) co-anchor Andy Rooney died 5 months before him.
105Friend of Ted Yates. After he died, later married his widow, Mary Yates.
106Longtime friend of Nancy Reagan, having known her well before she married Ronald Reagan. Their friendship was strained when Wallace conducted critical interviews of Reagan after he became President, but the two reconciled after Reagan's death.
107He really wanted to be a radio broadcaster and applied for a position in Muskegon, Michigan upon graduation from University of Michigan. He was turned down. He then applied to WOOD in Grand Rapids, Michigan and was hired and so started his broadcasting career.
108Before he was a successful news correspondent, he served as the announcer for ABC and Mutual Radio's "Sky King" (1946-1954).
109In the early days of television, Mike Wallace appeared in TV commercials for Golden Fluffo Shortening.
110His oldest son, Peter, died in a hiking accident in Greece in 1962; his second son, Chris Wallace, is also a news broadcaster.


The Ben Hecht Show1958-1959TV Series producer - 101 episodes


Murphy Brown1993-1998TV SeriesMike Wallace
The Ballad of Louie the Louse1959TV Movie
A Face in the Crowd1957Mike Wallace (uncredited)
The Sword and the Dragon1956Narrator (US version)
Studio One in Hollywood1953-1955TV SeriesCarl
General Electric Theater1955TV SeriesTom
It's All in Knowing How!1954ShortNarrator (uncredited)
The Web1954TV Series
Suspense1953TV Series
You Are There1953TV SeriesReporter
Super Circus1949TV SeriesBarker (in commercials)
Stand by for Crime1949TV SeriesLt. Anthony Kidd (as Myron Wallace)
Improve Your Spelling1948ShortNarrator
Shy Guy1947ShortNarrator (voice)


... A Father... A Son... Once Upon a Time in Hollywood2005TV Movie documentary clips provider
New York: A Documentary Film1999-2001TV Series documentary senior historical consultant - 7 episodes
American ExperienceTV Series documentary senior historical consultant - 1 episode, 1999 archive source - 1 episode, 1994
Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life1997Documentary clip source - as Mr. Mike Wallace


CBS Reports1967TV Series documentary narration written by - 1 episode


The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards2012TV Special in memory of
Behind the Burly Q2010Documentary special thanks
Frank Lloyd Wright1998Documentary special thanks
American Masters1994TV Series documentary thanks - 1 episode


To Tell the Truth1956-2016TV SeriesHimself - Panelist / Himself - Host
CBS Cares2003-2011TV SeriesHimself
Voices from the Basement2010DocumentaryHimself
30 for 302010TV Series documentaryHimself
Bill Cunningham New York2010DocumentaryHimself
Streisand: Live in Concert2009TV Special documentaryHimself - Audience (uncredited)
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel2009DocumentaryHimself: Journalist
Where I Stand: The Hank Greenspun Story2008DocumentaryHimself
60 Minutes1968-2008TV Series documentaryHimself - Host / Himself / Himself - Correspondent / ...
Michigan vs. Ohio State: The Rivalry2007TV Movie documentaryHimself - University of Michigan '39
That's the Way It Is: Celebrating Cronkite at 902007TV Movie documentary
The Colbert Report2007TV SeriesHimself
Larry King Live2002-2006TV SeriesHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien2006TV SeriesHimself
The O'Reilly Factor2005TV SeriesHimself
Fox News Sunday2005TV SeriesHimself
The Daily Show2005TV SeriesHimself
Live with Kelly and Michael2005TV SeriesHimself
Howard Stern1995-2005TV SeriesHimself
The Tony Danza Show2005TV SeriesHimself
60 Minutes Wednesday1999-2004TV Series documentaryHimself - Correspondent / Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller") / Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Murder by the Book") / ...
The 100 Most Memorable TV Moments2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Charlie Rose1995-2004TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 11th Annual Living Landmarks Gala2004TV MovieHimself
CBS at 752003TV Special documentary
The 57th Annual Tony Awards2003TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Revival of a Play
Television in America: An Autobiography2002TV Series documentaryHimself
New York: A Documentary Film1999-2001TV Series documentaryHimself - Commentator
Breaking the News2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show1997-2000TV SeriesHimself
The 70s: The Decade That Changed Television2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
Biography2000TV Series documentaryHimself
American Experience1994-1999TV Series documentaryHimself / Himself - NYC Anchorman
Great Books1999TV Series documentaryHimself
NY TV: By the People Who Made It - Part I & II1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
CBS: The First 50 Years1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
Dead Blue: Surviving Depression1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
America Undercover1998TV Series documentaryHimself
Mike Wallace Remembers1997TV MovieHimself - Host
Late Show with David Letterman1993-1997TV SeriesHimself
50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Golden Anniversary1997TV Movie documentaryHimself
Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life1997DocumentaryHimself - CBS News Correspondent
The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story1996DocumentaryHimself
American Masters1995TV Series documentaryHimself - Television Journalist
CBS Reports: In the Killing Fields of America1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
20th Century with Mike Wallace1994TV Series documentaryHimself - Host
TV Guide: 40th Anniversary Special1993TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Real Malcolm X1992TV Movie documentaryHimself - NYC TV Journalist
Watergate: The Secret Story1992TV Movie documentary
Hugh Hefner: Once Upon a Time1992DocumentaryHimself
The Howard Stern Show1992TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1991TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Night with David Letterman1985-1991TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
America's Toughest Assignment: Solving the Education Crisis1990TV Movie documentary
The 7th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame Awards1990TV SpecialHimself - Honoree
Night of 100 Stars III1990TV MovieHimself
Donahue1990TV SeriesHimself
Regis & Kathie Lee: Special Edition1988TV SpecialHimself
The American Academy of Dramatic Arts Annual Tribute: A Salute to Kirk Douglas1987TV MovieHimself - Speaker
David Letterman's 2nd Annual Holiday Film Festival1986TV MovieHimself (segment "An Audience of My Own")
The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception1982TV SpecialPresenter
The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Johnny Carson1979TV MovieHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1976TV SeriesHimself - TV Interviewer
Dinah!1975TV SeriesHimself
CBS Reports1964-1968TV Series documentaryHimself - Correspondent
After Ten Years: The Court and the Schools1964TV MovieHimself - Correspondent
Opening Day at the 1964-1965 World's Fair1964TV MovieHimself
The CBS Morning News1963TV SeriesHimself - Anchor (1963-1966)
Project: Man in Space1963TV Movie documentaryNarrator
Biography of a Rookie: The Willie Davis Story1963TV Movie documentaryNarrator
Biography1961-1963TV Series documentaryNarrator / Himself - Narrator / Himself - Host
The Rafer Johnson Story1961TV Movie documentaryNarrator
PM East1961TV SeriesHimself
The Jack Benny Program1960TV SeriesHimself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1960TV SeriesHimself
The Revlon Revue1960TV SeriesHimself - Narrator / Himself / Himself - Host
Startime1960TV SeriesHimself
The Mike Wallace Interview1957-1960TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Interviewer / Himself - Host / ...
The Hate That Hate Produced1959TV Movie documentaryPresenter
Who Pays?1959TV SeriesHimself - Host
The Race for Space1959TV Movie documentaryNarrator
The Ben Hecht Show1958TV SeriesHimself - TV Producer
Night Beat1956TV Series documentaryInterviewer
The Big Surprise1955TV SeriesHost (1956-1957)
The Name's the Same1955TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
What's in a Word1954TV SeriesHimself / panelist
Who's the Boss?1954TV SeriesHimself / Host (Jul.-Aug. 1954)
I'll Buy That1953TV SeriesHimself - Host (1953-1954)
Adventure1953TV SeriesRegular
Mike and Buff1951TV SeriesHimself
All Around the Town1951TV SeriesHimself - Host
Guess Again1951TV SeriesHost
The Colgate Comedy Hour1951TV SeriesHimself - Announcer
Majority Rules1949TV SeriesHimself (host) (1950) (as Myron Wallace)

Archive Footage

60 Minutes2007-2016TV Series documentaryHimself - Correspondent / Himself - Correspondent (segment "Killing Jesus") / Himself / ...
The Eighties2016TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - 60 Minutes / Himself - CBS News
The Seventies2015TV Series documentaryHimself - CBS News
The Sixties2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - CBS News
The Butler2013/IHimself (uncredited)
Whistleblowers: The Untold Stories2012-2013TV SeriesHimself - CBS Anchor / Himself - Deceased CBS Correspondent and Obert Bonner Colleague / Himself / ...
The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards2012TV SpecialHimself - In Memoriam
Argo2012Himself (uncredited)
Top Priority: The Terror Within2012DocumentaryHimself - Former CBS '60 Minutes' Anchor and Associate of Robert Bonner
American Masters2012TV Series documentaryHimself
The Colbert Report2012TV SeriesHimself
How Playboy Changed the World2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
Love, Hate & Propaganda: The Cold War2011TV Series documentaryHimself - Television News Reporter
All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace2011TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
American Experience2011TV Series documentaryHimself
Ayn Rand: In Her Own Words2011Video documentaryHimself
Making the Boys2011DocumentaryHimself - Narrator
Reagan2011DocumentaryHimself - CBS News
If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front2011DocumentaryHimself
JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Huxley on Huxley2009DocumentaryHimself
Biography2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Mike Douglas: Moments & Memories2008VideoHimself
Herb & Dorothy2008DocumentaryHimself - CBS 60 Minutes Correspondent
Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired2008DocumentaryHimself
Secrets of the Moon Landings2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
E! True Hollywood Story2006-2007TV Series documentaryHimself
Oswald's Ghost2007DocumentaryHimself - News Reporter
Sputnik Fever2007DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Countdown w/ Keith Olbermann2006TV SeriesHimself
Stardust: The Bette Davis Story2006TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Billie Holiday: The Ultimate Collection2005VideoHimself (uncredited)
... A Father... A Son... Once Upon a Time in Hollywood2005TV Movie documentary
60 Minutes Wednesday1999TV Series documentaryHimself - Host (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children")
Television: The First Fifty Years1999Video documentaryHimself
Playboy: The Story of X1998Video documentaryHimself - Interviewing Hugh Hefner
The Speeches of Malcolm X1997Video documentaryHimself - Interviews Malcolm X
Kelsey Grammer Salutes Jack Benny1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Great Performances1994TV SeriesHimself - Correspondant
One on One: Classic Television Interviews1993TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Candidate1972Himself (uncredited)

Won Awards

2007EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Interview60 Minutes (1968)
2003Lifetime Achievement AwardNews & Documentary Emmy Awards
2001EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Coverage of a Continuing News Story - Segments60 Minutes (1968)
1993EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Coverage of a Continuing News Story - Segments60 Minutes (1968)
1987EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Investigative Journalism - Segments60 Minutes (1968)
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6263 Hollywood Blvd.
1958Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USATelevision AchievementThe Big Surprise (1955)

Nominated Awards

2010Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsLife Achievement Award (Other)
2008Career Achievement AwardTelevision Critics Association Awards
2007EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Arts & Culture Programming60 Minutes (1968)
2003EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Interview60 Minutes (1968)
2002EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Investigative Journalism - Long Form60 Minutes (1968)
2002Career Achievement AwardTelevision Critics Association Awards
2001EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Interview/Interviewer60 Minutes (1968)
2001EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Coverage of a Continuing News Story - Segments60 Minutes (1968)
2000Career Achievement AwardTelevision Critics Association Awards
1996Career Achievement AwardTelevision Critics Association Awards
1995EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Investigative Journalism - Segments60 Minutes (1968)
1995EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Interview/Interviewer - Segments60 Minutes (1968)

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