A keen interest in science, especially botany and lepidopterologyled him to enter the Honours Science program at the University of Toronto inbut he switched to Honours English Language and Literature later in his first year. Cronenberg's fascination with the film Winter Kept Us Warmby classmate David Sectersparked his interest in film. He began frequenting film camera rental houses, learning the art of filmmaking, and made two 16mm films Transfer and From the Drain.
Paul Berg was one of 5 siblings, born in His father died when Paul was not quite 3 years old. Inat age 20, he had attained the rank of surfman and was located at the Coast Guard Station in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.
He served in the Coast Guard for the next 20 years. Dorothy Schanock is the oldest of three daughters of John and Frances Schanock. Her father was a carpenter.
She and both her parents were born in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Her paternal grandfather, however, was born in Germany. The latter genealogy specified the marriage date of April 4, - a Thursday.
In the event, the girl left a note for her parents, saying she was going off to make a living for herself. The parents called the police with suspicions that their daughter had run off with her young man. Further investigation revealed that the two were living in a small room in Chicago. Their plans to marry were thwarted when they ran out of money.
A police officer was dispatched to Chicago to bring the couple back to Kenosha. They concluded that the best course was to let the couple marry. Just one year later, in April,the U.
Census for Kenosha finds Dorothy Berg, married, head of a household which includes only herself, was living in the rear of Fourth Avenue, Kenosha. That address is located on Simmons Island, the site of the Coast Guard station.
On a separate census sheet devoted to the men billeted at the Coast Guard station, Paul Berg, age 25, is listed as married, head of a household consisting only of himself. At that time in the history of the Coast Guard, housing for spouses of men on active duty was not automatically provided. Indeed, for assignment to a Coast Guard station located in a remote area of shoreline, married couples would be separated for long periods of time.
Census has Nancy, now about 8 years old, and her mother living in the small town of Little Silver, New Jersey, while her father is listed with his unit at the Coast Guard station.
In a lengthy interview with syndicated columnist James L. She told Kilgallen that her mother had started her modeling in Kenosha when she was 3 years old. At age 6, now in New Jersey, she attended parochial school until age 14, that is, until Although her parents were still listed as living together in the Red Bank, New Jersey directory, they in fact were going through a divorce.
Now age 16, Nancy ran away from home. Now on her own at age 16, Nancy went to Detroit, where she found work modeling for television commercials about home appliances. On May 15,a photograph of Nancy Berg modeling a bathing suit with an outline map of Florida on the front was published in The Miami News and republished in newspapers across the country.
She was then It is not clear from published accounts how or why Nancy Berg made her way to Chicago, nor how she happened to meet Dave Garroway.
In earlynot yet 20 years old, Nancy followed him to New York and described her big breakthrough succinctly: Later in Nancy Berg was photographed wearing an evening gown by Leslie Morris. In she modeled creations designed by Luis Estevez and by Jacques Fath, among others. Many photographs appeared in Vogue, but other publications, including Life magazine featured her as well.
By August 4,columnist Leonard Lyonswriting his column from the French Riviera and interviewing Nancy Berg at poolside, could describe her as a "high-priced model" making forty dollars an hour.
Five more years at most" - that is, until age 28, in One year after making that prediction, she was interviewed by James L.In , Berg began work on his third directorial effort, Friday Night Lights, a football film based on the New York Times bestseller written by Buzz Bissinger.
In , Berg developed and became executive producer of NBC’s Peabody and Emmy Award-winning drama Friday Night Lights, based on the novel and film of the same name. Peter Berg (bioregionalist) Peter Stephen Berg (October 1, – July 28, ) was an environmental writer, best known as an advocate of the concept of bioregionalism.
In the early s, he was a member of the San Francisco Mime Troupe and the Diggers. Paul Berg was studying biochemistry at Pennsylvania State University when World War II broke out. He served on a submarine before obtaining his degree in He received his doctorate at Case Western Reserve University, and after a period in Copenhagen, he worked with Arthur Kornberg in St.
Louis, Missouri. This biography recounts the life of Paul Berg, who shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his seminal research in biochemistry and nucleic acids with special emphasis on recombinant DNA. The son of a coal miner turned preacher, O’Day was born Paul Wilburn Berg in Norfolk, Nebraska, in When Pat was 7, his father accepted the pastorate of a Tacoma church.
Classic Pictures From LIFE Magazine’s Archives. Press corps during John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign, (Photo by Paul Schutzer, The LIFE Picture Collection).