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Also Known As: James Kenneth Mcmanus Died: June 7, 2008
Born: September 24, 1921 Cause of Death: natural causes
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: sportscaster, sports anchor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Miracle (2004)
2.
 Derby (1995) Himself
3.
 The World's Greatest Athlete (1973) Himself
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 2002 Olympic Winter Games (2002) Special Correspondent (Primetime) (Primetime) (Opening Ceremony) (Closing Ceremony)
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 Story of Golf, The (2000) Narration
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Reporter for the <i>Baltimore Sun</i> newspaper
1947:
Joined the TV station WMAR-TV in Baltimore
1950:
Hosted a variety show for CBS in New york
1955:
Hosted the NBC game show "Make the Connection"
1961:
Hosted ABC's influential "Wide World of Sports"
1972:
Covered the Munich massacre at the Summer Olympics for ABC
1994:
Was the studio host for the FIFA World Cup coverage
2002:
Served as a special correspondent for NBC during the Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City
2003:
Subject of an HBO documentary, "Jim McKay: My World In My Words"
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Education

Loyola Blakefield High School: Towson , Maryland -
Loyola College: Baltimore , Maryland - 1943

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wife:
Margaret KcManus. Retired reporter. Wrote for BALTIMORE SUN and also a syndicated column.

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son:
Sean Joseph McManus. Executive, former sports agent. President of CBS Sports; married Tracy Torre on May 23, 1998.

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