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Ed Sullivan’s height is 5ft 7½in (1.71 m)

Edward Vincent “Ed” Sullivan (September 28, 1901 – October 13, 1974) was a television personality, sports and entertainment reporter, and longtime syndicated columnist for the New York Daily News. He is principally remembered as the creator and host of the television variety program The Toast of the Town, later popularly—and, eventually, officially—renamed The Ed Sullivan Show. Broadcast for 23 years from 1948 to 1971, it set a record as the longest-running variety show in US broadcast history. “It was, by almost any measure, the last great TV show,” proclaimed television critic David Hinckley. “It’s one of our fondest, dearest pop culture memories.”

First Name: Ed
Last Name: Sullivan
Birth Full Name: Edward Vincent Sullivan
Other Names: ‘The Great Stone Face’
Born: 28 September, 1901
Birthplace: New York City, New York, USA
Died: 13 October, 1974
Death Location: New York City, New York, USA
Cause of Death: Cancer of the esophagus
Height: 5ft 7½in (1.71 m)
Build: Average
Hair Color: Salt and Pepper
Astrological Sign: Libra
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: TV Personality, Writer, Actor
Filmography: The Phynx (1970), The Last of the Secret Agents (1966), The Singing Nun (1966), The Patsy (1964), Bye Bye Birdie (1963), Senior Prom (1958), The Phil Silvers Show (1955, TV Show), The Red Skelton Hour (1951, TV Show), Big Town Czar (1939), Mr. Broadway (1933), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show), Ma, He’s Making Eyes at Me (1940), Alice in Movieland (1940, Short Film), Big Town Czar (1939), Merrily We Live (1938), There Goes My Heart (1938), Mr. Broadway (1933), Ed Sullivan’s PBS Rock & Roll Classics: Top Performers (2012), Ed Sullivan Presents: Rock ‘N Roll Revolution (2011), The Best of ‘The Supremes’ on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ (2011), Four Ed Sullivan Shows Starring ‘The Rolling Stones’ (2011), Six Ed Sullivan Shows starring ‘The Rolling Stones’- Deluxe Edition (2011), Braverman’s Condensed Cream of the Beatles (1974), Broadway (1973, TV Movie), The ABC Comedy Hour (1972, TV Show), The 14th Annual Grammy Awards (1972, TV Movie), This Is Your Life (1971, TV Show), Fight of the Century (1971, TV Movie), Flip (1970, TV Show), The Great Santa Claus Switch (1970, TV Movie), Ed Sullivan’s Armed Forces Tour (1970), The David Frost Show (1969, TV Show), The Joan Rivers Show (1969, TV Show), The World Premiere of ‘Finian’s Rainbow’ (1968, Short Film), The Joey Bishop Show (1967, TV Show), The Kraft Music Hall (1967, TV Show), The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967, TV Show), The Beatles at Shea Stadium (1966), Hour with Robert Goulet, An (1964, TV Movie), Freedom Spectacular (1964, TV Movie), CBS: The Stars’ Address (1963, TV Movie), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962, TV Show), The Million Dollar Incident (1961, TV Movie), CBS Fall Preview Special: Seven Wonderful Nights (1961, TV Show), Disneyland ’59 (1959, TV Show), The 11th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1959), Man on Fire (1957), The Jack Paar Tonight Show (1957, TV Show), Mr. Adams and Eve (1957, TV Show), The $64,000 Question (1955, TV Show), Look Up and Live (1954, TV Show), General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein (1954, TV Movie), G.E. True Theater (1953, TV Show), Person to Person (1953, TV Show), I’ve Got a Secret (1952, TV Show), The Bob Hope Show (1952, TV Show), The Jackie Gleason Show (1952, TV Show), Ghost of the Town (1952, Short Film), Olympic Fund Telethon (1952), The Red Skelton Hour (1951, TV Show), The Jack Benny Program (1950, TV Show), What’s My Line? (1950, TV Show), Arthur Godfrey and His Friends (1949, TV Show), The Buick-Berle Show (1948, TV Show), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show), The Ford Theatre Hour (1948, TV Show), Hollywood Goes to Town (1938), Broadway Highlights No. 2 (1935, Short Film), Ed Sullivan’s Headliners (1934, Short Film)
Ed Sullivan Quote: If you do a good job for others, you heal yourself at the same time, because a dose of joy is a spiritual cure. It transcends all barriers. View More Ed Sullivan Quotes

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