William Nack

William Nack

American journalist
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William Nack

William Louis Nack (born February 4, 1941) is an American journalist and author. He wrote about sports, politics and the environment at Newsday for 11 years before joining the staff of Sports Illustrated in 1978 as an investigative reporter and general feature writer. Since leaving S.I. in 2001, Nack has freelanced for numerous publications, including GQ and ESPN.com. He also served as an adviser on the made-for-TV-movie Ruffian (2007) and the Disney feature Secretariat (2010).

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William Louis Nack
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Money, and the Sporting Life
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10 February 1941
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Chicago, Illinois, USA
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13 April 2018
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Sports Journalist, Author
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