Bernard Sofronski was born in Philadelphia. He was born in the year 1940. Entertainment was his only passion. He used to participate in school plays. He realized acting is what he wants to pursue in his life. He was a DJ and a radio personality when he was just 19 years old. He joined the acclaimed Actors Studio with Lee Strasberg.
He has been married to Susan Hallock Dey, an American actress. The couple has been married since 1988. They got married on 20th February 1988. The couple enjoyed a private ceremony. She is popularly known for her musical sitcom The Partridge Family as Laurie Partridge. Susan Dey was married to Lenny Hirsan. They were blessed with a beautiful daughter named Sarah Dey in 1978, but the marriage ended in divorce in the year 1981. Rumors say that Susan's alcoholism was the reason behind the divorce. Susan is a model and an actress. She was born to Ruth Pyle Dey, a nurse and Robert Smith Dey, a newspaper editor.
Bernard Sofronski, nicknamed Bernie became the Associate Producer for the CBS network soap opera Search for Tomorrow. He was the first to introduce the Golden Globe Awards and the Tony Awards. He supervised production for TV broadcasts such as Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards and the Country Music Awards. He is a well known American TV producer.
He was the creative head and senior vice president of CBS feature films. He divides his time between producing films and television. His executive producer credits include Mom at Sixteen and Murder in Greenwich. He produced a stage work titled The Boys of Winter in 1985. He was the producer of NBC series Another World. He was the executive producer of the NBC series The Untold Story in 1985. He was the executive producer of the ABC series Napoleon and Josephine: A Love Story. He was the producer of the CBS series Queen in 1993. He was the executive producer of the CBS series The Secret Life of Doris Duke in 1999. He was the producer of an action film Target. He produced a drama Kiss of the Spider Woman in 1985.
He produced TV movies such as Blue Moon, Mom at Sixteen, Murder in Greenwich, Too Rich, Into Thin Air, Mandela and De Klerk, Harvest of Fire, Almost Golden, Dillinger, A Father's Choice, Bed of Lies, Fatal Deception and many more. He produced a two hour CBS drama movie Calamity Jane. He produced an ABC TV movie What Price Victory. He produced an ABC TV movie series Roots: The Gift. He produced a moving love story When You Remember Me that aired on ABC. He was a three-time Emmy nominated producer for his work on productions. He was a two-time winner of the George Foster Peabody Award.
Bernard has earned a celebrity Net worth of around $850,000. Susan Dey has earned a Net worth of around $10 million. They are not very active in the social networking pages. Susan Dey is more active on social media than Bernard.