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Birth date: January 24, 1916, Peoria, Illinois, United States
Death date: August 6, 1998, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Birth place: Peoria, Illinois, USA
Profession:Actor
Education:Bradley University
Spouse:Patricia Ettelson (m. 1980–1998), Nelda Teach (m. 1939–1979)
Movies:The Golden Gloves Story

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John Beasley "Jack" Brickhouse (January 24, 1916 – August 6, 1998) was an American sportscaster. Known primarily for his play-by-play coverage of Chicago Cubs games on WGN-TV from 1948 to 1981, he received the Ford C. Frick Award from the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983. In 1985, Brickhouse was inducted into the American Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame along with the Voice of the Yankees Mel Allen and Red Sox Voice Curt Gowdy. Brickhouse also served as the organization’s Secretary/Treasurer and was a member of its Board of Directors.Brickhouse also called Chicago White Sox games prior to that team leaving WGN in 1968. He also covered national events from time to time, including three World Series for NBC television, although the Cubs never got there during his tenure. The voice on the audio track of the famous Willie Mays catch in Game 1 of the 1954 Series at the Polo Grounds belongs to Brickhouse, who was calling the Series along with the New York Giants' regular broadcaster, Russ Hodges. (Brickhouse himself had called Giants games locally in 1946.) Brickhouse also called the 1959 Series, which featured the White Sox with Los Angeles Dodgers announcer Vin Scully, and the 1950 Series with Jim Britt. In addition, Brickhouse partnered with fellow baseball broadcasting legend Mel Allen for NBC's coverage of the 1952 Rose Bowl, and with Chris Schenkel for the network's coverage of two NFL Championship Games (1956 and 1963).Brickhouse also covered many other events, sports and otherwise (such as professional wrestling for WGN and political conventions for the Mutual radio network). And for many years he called Chicago Bears football on WGN-AM radio, in an unlikely and entertaining pairing with the famous Chicago Sun-Times gossip columnist Irv Kupcinet. Brickhouse was also a boxing commentator. Fights he called include the 1949 fight between Jersey Joe Walcott and Ezzard Charles and the 1951 fight between Johnny Bratton and Charley Fusari. He did Chicago Bulls basketball games for WGN-TV from 1966 until 1973 as well. Wikipedia

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Baseball in the 80's1990VideoNarrator
The Duke1979TV Series
The Golden Gloves Story1950Ring Announcer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
NFL Films Style2002TV Movie documentary
ESPN SportsCentury2000TV Series documentaryHimself
The Playing Field1992TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Story of America's Classic Ballparks1991Video documentaryHimself
The Way It Was1976TV SeriesHimself
1963 NFL Championship Game1963TV SpecialHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer
1959 World Series1959TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer
1956 NFL Championship Game1956TV SpecialHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer
1954 World Series1954TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer / Himself - Color Commentator
1953 MLB All-Star Game1953TV SpecialHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer
1952 MLB All-Star Game1952TV SpecialHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer
1952 Rose Bowl1952TV MovieHimself - Color Commentator
1951 MLB All-Star Game1951TV SpecialHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer
1950 World Series1950TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer
1950 MLB All-Star Game1950TV SpecialHimself - Play-by-Play Announcer

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA2006Video documentaryHimself
ESPN 25: Who's #1?2005TV Series documentaryHimself
Summer of Sam1999Himself - 1954 World Series Announcer (uncredited)
Baseball1994TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History1992Video documentaryAnnouncer
AWA All-Star Wrestling1972TV SeriesHimself

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#Fact
1Inducted into the Greater Peoria [Illinois] Sports Hall of Fame in 1981 (inaugural class).
2Inducted into the American Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame in 1985, along with Mel Allen and Curt Gowdy.
3While he was awarded the Ford Frick Award by the Hall of Fame, he (and all other recipients are) was not considered a member of the Hall.
4Jack Brickhouse was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1996.
5He was the first sportscaster to have his commentary sent live across from the United States to Europe. It was a Chicago Cubs day game at Wrigley Field, a segment of which was televised live, via the then-new Telstar Communications Satellite. This was in the summer of 1962.
6Sportscaster and newscaster. Broadcast play-by-play for all of Chicago's sports teams at various times in his career.
7Brickhouse underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor in the spring of 1998. Although the surgery was a success, Mr. Brickhouse died five months later of heart failure.


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#Trademark
1When doing the play by play of a Chicago Cubs or Chicago White Sox game, his call when a home team player hit a home run was, "HEY! HEY!"


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