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Early Life

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Imus was born in Riverside, California, to a wealthy family, the son of John Donald Imus, Sr. and Frances E. Imus (née Moore) who ran a 35,000-acre (140 km2) ranch named The Willows near Kingman, Arizona. He was said to have Welsh, English, Polish, and Jewish roots. He had a younger brother, Fred Imus(1942–2011). Imu
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Career

  • Early career
    In 1966, Imus enrolled at the Don Martin School of Radio and Television Arts and Sciences, in Hollywood, after seeing a newspaper advertisement; he was thrown out for being "uncooperative", but studied enough to obtain a broadcasting license from the Federal Communications Commis…
  • 1971–1979: WNBC and WHK
    On December 2, 1971, less than three years into his radio career, Imus started his morning show at WNBC in New York City, with a $100,000 per year salary which was said to have been double his WGAR salary. On his second day, he overslept and missed the show. Imus was involved in va…
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Controversies

  • Rutgers women's basketball team
    Imus characterized the Rutgers University women's basketball team, a team that included nine African-American players, including the five starters, as "rough girls" on April 4, 2007. It occurred during a discussion about the NCAA Women's Basketball Championship where he was commen…
  • Adam "Pacman" Jones controversy
    Controversy once again surrounded Imus when he made the following statements regarding the suspension of Cowboys' cornerback Adam Jones. In response, Jones said, "I'm truly upset about the comments. Obviously Mr. Imus has problems with blacks. I'm upset, and I hope the station h…
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Business Interests

  • Don Imus was also a part owner of Autobody Express stores with his late brother, Fred (who was a frequent caller to the radio show, commenting on NASCAR races, the NFL and related pop culture matters). The Autobody Express stores were located in Santa Fe, and inside the Mohegan Sun Native American Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut. In 2003, the company failed and both st…
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Honors

  • Imus won four Marconi Awards, three for Major Market Personality of the Year (1990, 1992 and 1997) and one for Network Syndicated Personality (1994). Imus was named one of the 25 Most Influential People in America in Timemagazine (April 21, 1997). He was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Famein 1989. In 2002, Talkersmagazine ranked Imus as one of the 25 greatest radi…
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Personal Life

  • Family
    Imus was married twice. Around 1969, he married his first wife Harriet Showalter, who had two daughters from a previous marriage, Nadine and Toni, and who Don Imus legally adopted. The couple had two of their own, Ashley and Elizabeth. They divorced in 1979. Imus married Deirdre …
  • Imus Ranch
    In 1999, Imus and Deirdre founded the Imus Ranch, a working 4,000-acre (1,600 ha) cattle ranch near Ribera, New Mexico, 50 miles (80 km) southeast of Santa Fe, for children with cancer. The ranch was used as a tax deduction by Imus, and eventually, due to the personal use of the ranch …
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Books

  1. Imus, Don (1981). God's Other Son. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-0-671-22537-7.
  2. Imus, Don; Imus, Fred (1997). Two Guys Four Corners: Great Photographs, Great Times, and a Million Laughs. Villard. ISBN 978-0-679-45307-9.
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External Links

  1. Official website
  2. Appearances on C-SPAN
  3. Don Imus at IMDb
  4. Works by or about Don Imus in libraries (WorldCatcatalog)
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