Jack Priestly, 66, an award-winning cinematographer who...


June 07, 1993

Jack Priestly, 66, an award-winning cinematographer who worked in television and film, died May 26 at his home in Los Angeles. He began his career as a camera assistant. His work in television won him many awards, including two Emmys as director of photography for the series "Naked City." He also received Emmy nominations for "East Side, West Side" and "The Trials of Rosie O'Neill." Among his other television credits are "Colombo," "Cagney and Lacey," "A Man Called Hawk" and "Madigan." He also worked on "Family Reunion," "The Snoop Sisters" and "Kojak." Mr. Priestly's feature films include "Where's Poppa," "The Subject Was Roses," "No Way to Treat a Lady" and "A Man Called Adam."

Bob Fitzsimmons, 53, a New York radio and television host known for his wry interviews with celebrity guests, died Wednesday at Metropolitan Hospital, where he was taken after collapsing at a Manhattan restaurant.

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