My first Washington Post story leading the Obituaries front.

My first Washington Post story leading the Obituaries front.

Lee Reynolds, an actor who played the seafaring title role on “Cap’n Tugg,” a Washington-area children’s TV show in the 1950s and 1960s, and who later became an announcer, writer and director for the public broadcasting station WETA, died Jan. 27 at Capital Caring hospice in Arlington. He was 87.

The cause was lung cancer, said his wife, Christine Lewis Reynolds.

Read the rest of my obituary of children’s show actor Lee Reynolds and my first byline for The Washington Post.

(On an unrelated note, this is currently my 100th post for ZachCCohen.com!)

UPDATE Jan. 30, 9:43 a.m.

B5 with a skybox on B1: My first print byline for The Washington Post, and my first byline in the print edition of a national newspaper.


TV’s Cap’n Tugg was ‘The Man With a Million Voices’
BY ZACH C. COHEN
zach.cohen@washpost.com
The Washington Post
Jan 30 2014

Lee Reynolds, an actor who played the seafaring title role on “Cap’n Tugg,” a Washington area children’s TV show in the 1950s and 1960s, and who later became an announcer, writer and director for the public broadcasting station WETA, died Jan. 27 at…read more…

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