Bryant Gumbel - Quotes

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It's not that I dislike many people. It's just that I don't like many people. ---->>>

I don't want to wait until something happens to see who my friends are. ---->>>

There is a lot to life, and a lot more than just television to life. ---->>>

If I'm in a room with 100 people, will I be able to find one person I'd like to have dinner with? Probably not. ---->>>

My mom sees her sons as baby boys. Well, I stopped being her baby boy a long time ago. ---->>>

Your emotions are exposed when you play golf: humility, pride, anger, it all comes out with each swing. You lay it all on the line. ---->>>

I have been a sports fan my whole life. To be able to talk about sports in an intelligent, journalistic fashion and to do things of a serious nature is a dream job. ---->>>

I'm still going to do television. I'm just not going to do morning television. I would like to do some things that satisfy interests, private interests. ---->>>

I feel responsibility for a lot of things that I manage to touch. ---->>>

We are essentially in the business of telling stories. We would like to think that most of our stories are basically human stories with sports as a backdrop. ---->>>

You'll never see me working five days a week again. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 09-29, 1948
Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
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Occupation: Entertainer
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Bryant Charles Gumbel (born September 29, 1948) is an American television journalist and sportscaster, best known for his 15 years as co-host of NBC's Today. He is the younger brother of sportscaster Greg Gumbel. Since 1995, he has hosted HBO's acclaimed investigative series Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, which has been rated as "flat out TV's best sports program" by the Los Angeles Times (wikipedia)