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John Madden

John Madden is a legendary football coach who won the Super Bowl with the Oakland Raiders in the 1976-1977 season. He also is a famous TV football announcer and pitchman for Ace Hardware®, as well as host of many NFL video games. John Madden has worked for three of the four American broadcast television networks that have or have had NFL broadcasts (CBS, the Fox Network, and more recently, ABC). In the autumn of 2002, Madden became co-host of ABC's Monday Night Football with longtime play-by-play announcer Al Michaels[?].


John Madden is also the name of a very good NHL player who plays for the New Jersey Devils.


John Madden is an English director of theater, film, television, and radio. Plays he has directed include Arthur Kopit[?]'s Wings[?] (for which he won the Prix Italia[?]). Radio dramas he has directed include the radio versions of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (see Star Wars (radio)). Films he has directed include Ethan Frome[?], Golden Gate[?], Mrs. Brown, Shakespeare in Love, and Captain Corelli's Mandolin.



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