There are not many people who can say that they fought in one of the world wars and also made groundbreaking television. Norman Lear, however is one of those people. Norman Lear, who is now in his 90s, actually fought in World War II in the 1940s. When Norman Lear returned to the United States after spending time serving in the armed forces during World War II he would eventually go on to pursue a career in the budding television industry. His career in television led to him playing an integral role in the production of many classic American sitcoms that have come to define the genre and the medium of television itself. Learn more: http://inspirery.com/norman-pattiz/
Norman Lear helped to produce shows such as Maude which highlighted the talent of the celebrated American actress Bea Arthur. The show Maude was just one of many roles that Bea Arthur played before also landing a much celebrated run on the comedy Golden Girls. In addition to producing Maude Norman Lear was also involved in the production of the show The Jeffersons which followed a married couple in the 1970s and the lives of their neighbors after the couple moved uptown to nicer neighborhood and apartment complex. The Jeffersons would be one of the most high profile turns in the career of actor Sherman Hemsley who played the lead character curmudgeon George Jefferson. Norman Lear has also produced shows such as All In The Family and Good Times.
Norman Lear has long since conquered the world of television and has now decided to take on a new challenged in the world of digital media. Norman Lear will be partnering with podcast network PodcastOne to launch his very own podcast that will be known as All of the Above with Norman Lear. The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PodcastOne Norman Pattiz announced in early 2017 that the television luminary would be launching All of the Above with Norman Lear. According to a report the podcast will give listeners Norman Lear’s insights on issues such as music, politics, headlines in the news and more. The podcast also promises to have an interesting array of guests such as comedian Amy Poehler, actor Jerrod Carmichael and actress America Ferrera.
Working on a podcast with Norman Lear is just one among the many notable things that PodcastOne chairman Norman Pattiz has accomplished in his career. Norman Pattiz got his start in the world of radio and oversaw high profile broadcasts such as the Olympics. Norman Pattiz was also appointed to the US Board of Governors by two US Presidents.