April 8, 2012 12:00 AM
Wallace died on Saturday night at a care facility in Connecticut.
Before Wallace became a 60 Minutes legend he was known for doing commercials and variety shows during the 1940′s and 50′s.
Audiences got their first view of Wallace’s hard-hitting side in “Night Beat”. Then, in 1968 CBS producer Don Hewitt recruited him to co-host 60 Minutes.
“I felt, my god, you have enough time, you have enough money to do what you want, you’re working with first-rate producers. It was heaven-sent,” said Wallace.
Wallace turned 60 Minutes into a must-see program with his hard-hitting interview style "
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