Marvin J. Chomsky was an American television, and film director and producer has died at the age of 92. After Marvin J. Chomsky’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the director, fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said, “Marvin J. Chomsky, a four-time Emmy-winning director whose credits include the seminal 1977 miniseries’ Roots’ and the original ‘Star Trek,’ died Monday. He was 92.” Another said, “RIP Marvin J. Chomsky, a “four-time Emmy award-winning director of iconic miniseries including Roots and Attica.” As well as shows like Star Trek (1966-1969). He directed “All Our Yesterdays,” “And the Children Shall Lead,” & “Day of the Dove.” He was 92.” At the same time, another said, “RIP Marvin J. Chomsky. For #StarTrek people, he gave us this wonderfully romantic moment. I thought about this episode non-stop as a kid and I think it’s beautifully shot to this day.” Finally, the fourth user said, “Marvin J. Chomsky, 4-time Emmy-winning director dies at 92. Emmys for Holocaust (1978), Attica (1980), Inside the Third Reich (1982), and Peter the Great (1986). He also received 5 other nominations. His credits also include Roots and Star Trek.”
What was Marvin J. Chomsky’s Net Worth?
Marvin J. Chomsky Net Worth
$1 Million USD
Marvin J. Chomsky was an American television and film director and producer. He was born on May 23, 1929, in New York City, U.S.; he was 92 years old at his demise. His movie credits include Evel Knievel (1971), Mackintosh and T.J. (1976), Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff (1979), Tank (1984), and Live A Little, Steal A Lot (1975). In addition, Chomsky directed made-for-TV movies such as Victory at Entebbe (1976), Attica (1980), Billionaire Boys Club (1987), and Brinks: The Great Robbery (1976). He also directed Vanessa Redgrave in the 1982 T.V. movie, My Body, My Child, and the T.V. movie Catherine the Great.
The estimated Net Worth of Marvin J. Chomsky is around $1 Million USD.
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