Famous People Named Bernard
Take a look at famous people named Bernard, such as Bernard Shaw, Bernard Herrmann, and Bernard Ebbers.
News Anchor, Journalist / 1940 -Renowned television journalist Bernard Shaw covered many monumental 20th century events, from the Jonestown tragedy to Tienanmen Square. He helped launch news network CNN as its chief anchor.
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profile name: Bernard Madoff profile occupation: Entrepreneur, White Collar Criminal
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profile name: Bernard Law Montgomery profile occupation: General, Writer, Government Official
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profile name: Bernard Ebbers profile occupation: White Collar Criminal
profile id: 38028
profile name: Bernard Shaw profile occupation: News Anchor, Journalist
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profile name: Bernard Malamud profile occupation: Author
profile id: 9336913
profile name: Bernard Herrmann profile occupation: Songwriter
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