Dick Carson (right) with his brother, Johnny
Richard Charles Carson|
June 4, 1929 (age 91)
Clarinda, Iowa, United States
|Years active||c. 1962–2000|
Richard Charles "Dick" Carson (born June 4, 1929) is an American television director. He is a five-time Emmy Award winner, having directed shows including The Tonight Show, Wheel of Fortune, and The Merv Griffin Show. He moved to Norfolk, Nebraska in 1934 with his family, and graduated from Norfolk High School in 1947. Carson later attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and joined the United States Navy. He is the younger brother of Johnny Carson.
- ↑ "Dick Carson to receive achievement award". The Norfolk Daily News. http://norfolkdailynews.com/news/dick-carson-to-receive-achievement-award/article_ea43057a-de73-56fb-8705-a0d66b227d8e.html.
- ↑ "Richard C. ("Dick") Carson". Nebraska Coast Connection & The Hollywood Salon. http://nebraskacoast.com/famous-hollywood-nebraskans/richard-c-dick-carson/.
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