Awards & Winners

Bill Lawrence

Date of Birth 29-January-1916
Place of Birth Lincoln
(Nebraska, United States of America, Area codes 402 and 531, Area code 402, Area code 531)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as William H. Lawrence
Profession Journalist
William H. "Bill" Lawrence was an American journalist and television news personality whose 40-year career as a reporter began in 1932 and included a 20-year stint with The New York Times, for which he reported from major fronts of World War II, Korean War and, subsequently, as the newspaper's White House correspondent. In 1961 he joined ABC News where, for nearly 11 years, he served as the network's political affairs editor and, during his first year, as an evening news anchorman. The recipient of a 1965 Peabody Award, he was posthumously honored with the Trustees Award at the 1972 Emmy Awards.

Awards by Bill Lawrence

Check all the awards nominated and won by Bill Lawrence.


Peabody Award
(a Personal Award.)