|Intro||America TV producer|
|Was||Military personnel Film producer Television producer|
|From||United States of America|
|Type||Film, TV, Stage & Radio Military|
|Birth||6 December 1919, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||22 January 1984 (aged 64 years)|
Jerome Toobin (December 6, 1919 – January 22, 1984) was an American television producer.
Toobin was born to a Jewish family in Philadelphia and graduated from Temple University in 1943. He served in the United States Army Air Forces and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. He was married to Marlene Sanders for 25 years and is the father of Jeffrey Toobin, a lawyer, author, and since October 20, 2020, a former writer and for the New Yorker magazine and the CNN network, respectively.
He was Bill Moyers' producer, including as the first executive producer of Bill Moyers Journal on PBS in the 1970s, and at CBS. He was also director of news and public affairs for New York's Channel 13 (WNET), starting from 1974.
Toobin died of a heart attack at age 64; services were held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel.