Frank Konigsberg, American talent agent and producer, Died at 83


Frank Konigsberg was born on March 10, 1933, and died on November 12, 2016.

He was an American lawyer, television producer and agent.

Frank became the second largest shareholder of ICM Partners, and he subsequently served as the president of Telepictures.

Konigsberg was nominated for an Emmy nine times.

Frank graduated from Yale University and Yale Law School.

He began his career as a lawyer for CBS.

Frank later worked for the International Famous Agency.

Frank Konigsberg was Bing Crosby’s agent.

During 1975, Frannk joined ICM Partners and became its second largest shareholder after Marvin Josephson.

And also, he founded Konigsberg Co., merged it with Telepictures Productions in 1983 and subsequently served as the president of Telepictures until its merger with Lorimar in 1986.

Together with producer Larry Sanitsky, Frank co-founded Konigsberg Sanitsky, a television production company.

Susanne, was his wife.

Frank Konigsberg passed away at 83 years old.