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Beth Howard

  • Birthplace: New York City
Date of passing: 
August 08, 2017

Obituary

Beth Howard was a producer and postproduction supervisor best known for her work on Olympic telecasts and the 2013 documentary film The Armstrong Lie, about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.

Howard also served as a producer on four U.S. Open tennis championships, six New Year’s Eve at Times Square presentations and multiple episodes of PGA Tour Sunday and The Wandering Golfer.

In addition, she produced the scripted drama series Granite Flats, about three amateur sleuths in a small town, and the 2003 Disney film The Young Black Stallion.

Beth Howard was a producer and postproduction supervisor best known for her work on Olympic telecasts and the 2013 documentary film The Armstrong Lie, about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.

Howard also served as a producer on four U.S. Open tennis championships, six New Year’s Eve at Times Square presentations and multiple episodes of PGA Tour Sunday and The Wandering Golfer.

In addition, she produced the scripted drama series Granite Flats, about three amateur sleuths in a small town, and the 2003 Disney film The Young Black Stallion.

Prior to becoming a producer, Howard served as a public relations manager, and helped launch the original hit TV series Beverly Hills, 90210.

Howard died August 8, 2017, in Stockton, New Jersey. She was 52.

 

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