Four-time Emmy-winning director Marvin J. Chomsky dies at 92
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Four-time Emmy-winning director Marvin J. Chomsky dies at 92

Chomsky's iconic work included Roots, Attica, Star Trek, among others

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Four-time Emmy-winning director Marvin J. Chomsky passed away at 92, entertainment industry sources have reported.

Chomsky died while sleeping on Monday, the TheWrap news outlet said on Tuesday night, citing the director's son.

He won the Emmy award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series (1978's Holocaust), Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special (1980's Attica and 1982's Inside the Third Reich), and Outstanding Miniseries (1986's Peter the Great).

His feature film credits included 1971's Evil Knievel, 1975's Live A Little, Steal A Lot, 1976's Mackintosh and T.J., 1979's Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff, and 1984's Tank.

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