Dementia Series-Disabled Legend Mike Frankovich

Mitchell John “Mike” Frankovich was born on 29 September 1909 and died on 1 January 1992 in California, USA of pneumonia and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Mike was a film producer and husband of the late actress Binnie Barnes (who converted from Judaism to Roman Catholicism for him, as he was a Roman Catholic), who was 6 years his senior; they adopted 3 children, including producer Peter Frankovich and production manager, Mike Frankovich Jr..

Mike played football for UCLA and was inducted into UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986. Mike served as president of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission and helped to bring the Los Angeles Raiders football team and 1984 Summer Olympics to Los Angeles.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Mike Wallace

Mike Wallace was born Myron Leon Wallace on 9 May, 1918 is an American journalist. Wallace has been a correspondent for CBS’s 60 Minutes since its debut in 1968. During his career at 60 Minutes, he has interviewed a wide range of prominent newsmakers. Wallace suffered from clinical depression triggered by accusations of libel and a related lawsuit. He has been treated by a psychiatrist and has taken different medications. He revealed on 60 Minutes that he once attempted suicide with an overdose of pills. Wallace has gone public with his long-standing fight against depression. He has also been interviewed on the illness on Larry King Live and for various documentaries. Speaking on the issue, he has urged those who suffer depression to seek treatment.

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