David Brudnoy Biography
(Talk Radio Host)
Birthday: June 5, 1940 (Gemini)
Born In: Minneapolis, Minnesota
David Brudnoy was an American talk radio host, famous for his ‘The David Brudnoy Show’ which aired on WBZ-AM station. After completing his education and obtaining his doctorate, he started his career as a broadcast commentator. Gradually his talent received recognition and he became the host of a radio talk show named after him. The show was an immediate success and he was much appreciated for his presentation and the manner in which he conducted talks with people from different strata of society. He was a self-described libertarian who expressed his conservative perspective with wit and thoughtfulness. His considerate way of discussing issues helped him gain a large following. Later in life, after having faced a near-death situation, lying in a coma for nine days, he revealed publicly for the first time that he had AIDS and the fact that he was a homosexual. Apart from being a brilliant radio host, he also served as an educator at different universities. After reviving his health, he established a fund for AIDS research and also wrote his autobiography. Later he was diagnosed with a type of skin cancer and passed away after a long illness. He is remembered as an iconoclastic, urbane radio talk show host whose thoughtful treatment of politics and culture made him one of New England's most listened-to radio personalities for nearly three decades.