- Went to grammar school with John F. Kennedy in Brookline, MA.
- Worked as an announcer for a radio station in Grand Rapids, MI, in 1939.
- Did commercials for the radio shows The Green Hornet and Secret Agent.
- Acted in the Broadway play Reclining Figure in 1954.
- Was the host of several TV game shows in the 1950s.
- Turned down an offer to become Richard Nixon's press secretary after covering the 1968 GOP convention.
- Received a Lifetime Achievement Emmy in 2003 (to go with his 19 News Emmys); was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 1991.
- Conducted his last interview for 60 Minutes with baseball player Roger Clemens in 2008.
- 1958, Golden Globe — Television Achievement: Winner
- Norma Kaphan — Ex-wife
- Zina Wallace — Mother
- Chris Wallace — Son
- Mary Wallace — Wife
- Frank Wallace — Father
- Lorraine Wallace — Ex-wife
- Pauline Wallace — Daughter
- Peter Wallace — Son
- Buff Cobb — Ex-wife
- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (BA in Liberal Arts, 1939)
- Birth Name: Myron Leon Wallace
- Birth Place: Brookline, MA
- Birthday: May 9, 1918, Taurus
- Died: April 7, 2012
- Profession: Broadcast journalist
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