Joyce Brothers Biography (1929-)



Full name, Joyce Diane Bauer Brothers; born October 20, 1929, in New York, N.Y.; daughter of Morris K. (an attorney) and Estelle (Rapaport) Bauer; marriedMilton Brothers (a physician), July 4, 1949; children: Lisa Robin. Career: Psychologist and writer. Hunter College (now Hunter College of the City University of New York), New York City, teaching fellow, 1948-50, instructor, 1950-52; American Association of University Women research fellow, 1952-53; conducted own television programs, "Dr. Joyce Brothers," National Broadcasting Co.,1958-63, "Consult Dr. Joyce Brothers," American Broadcasting Co., 1961-66, "Tell Me Dr. Brothers," syndicated by Triangle Films, 1964-70, "Ask Dr. Brothers," 1965-75, and other syndicated television and radio programs, 1972--; broadcaster of own radio programs on NBC and ABC, 1966-69. UNESCO researcher, 1949. Consultant to Armstrong Cork Co., 1974--. Member of People to People Program; member of fundraising committee for Olympic Fund; co-chairman of sportscommittee for Lighthouse for the Blind; member of Jewish Federation of Philanthropies. Addresses: Contact: Home: 1530 Palisade Ave., Fort Lee, N.J.07024. Office: National Broadcasting Co., 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N.Y.

Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Occupation
Psychologist, writer, actress
Birth Details
October 20, 1929
New York, New York, United States

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