31 Facts About Mike Wallace

1. Mike Wallace was spotted Thursday at the Eagles' team facility without a walking boot on his right leg, offering hope that a return to practice might be on the horizon.

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2. Mike Wallace is expected to return to the Philadelphia Eagles this season, he confirmed Thursday.

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3. Mike Wallace watched Thursday's practice without a walking boot on his right leg, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

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4. Mike Wallace had 7,850 votes, and Evans had 886 Attorney General Leslie Rutledge secured the county with 3,902 votes.

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5. Mike Wallace was senior correspondent on "60 Minutes" and was a reporter for CBS.

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6. Mike Wallace earned the starting nod over fellow inexperienced corner Ryan Lewis as the Bills look for a replacement across from Tre'Davious White.

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7. Mike Wallace caught 10 passes for 220 yards and two scores.

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8. Mike Wallace had 10 catches for 220 yards and two scores.

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9. Mike Wallace earned the starting nod over fellow inexperienced corner Ryan Lewis, as the Bills look for a replacement across from Tre'Davious White.

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10. Mike Wallace remains in recovery mode from the fractured right fibula suffered Week 2, which necessitated.

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11. Mike Wallace was spotted with a walking boot on his right leg in the Eagles' locker room Wednesday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

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12. In the film A Face in the Crowd, Mike Wallace portrayed himself.

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13. Mike Wallace was played by actor Christopher Plummer in the 1999 feature film, The Insider.

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14. In 1989, Mike Wallace was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws from the University of Pennsylvania.

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15. Mike Wallace died at his residence in New Canaan, Connecticut, from natural causes, on April 7, 2012, a month and two days before his 94th birthday.

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16. Mike Wallace received a pacemaker more than 20 years before his death, and underwent triple bypass surgery in January 2008.

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17. In an article he wrote for Guideposts, Mike Wallace related, "I'd had days when I felt blue and it took more of an effort than usual to get through the things I had to do.

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18. Mike Wallace had two children with his first wife, Norma Kaphan.

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19. Mike Wallace expressed regret with regard to the one big interview he was never able to secure: First Lady Pat Nixon.

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20. On March 14, 2006, Mike Wallace announced his retirement from 60 Minutes after 37 years with the program.

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21. In 1981, Mike Wallace was forced to apologize for a racial slur he had made about blacks and Hispanics.

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22. Mike Wallace occasionally served as a panelist on To Tell the Truth in the 1950s.

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23. Mike Wallace hosted the pilot episode for Nothing but the Truth, which was helmed by Bud Collyer when it aired under the title To Tell the Truth.

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24. Early in his career Mike Wallace was not known primarily as a news broadcaster.

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25. Mike Wallace hosted a number of game shows in the 1950s, including The Big Surprise, Who's the Boss? and Who Pays?.

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26. In 1949, Mike Wallace began to move to the new medium of television.

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27. In the late 1940s, Mike Wallace was a staff announcer for the CBS radio network.

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28. Mike Wallace announced wrestling in Chicago in the late 1940s and early 1950s, sponsored by Tavern Pale beer.

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29. Mike Wallace spent his first summer after graduation working on-air at Interlochen Center for the Arts.

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30. Mike Wallace appeared as a guest on the popular radio quiz show Information Please on February 7, 1939, when he was in his last year at the University of Michigan.

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31. Mike Wallace was on the receiving end of 10 passes for 222 yards and two.

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