Sam Rubin, KTLA 5/Los Angeles Dies; Heart Attack

(KTLA) Sam Rubin, one of the most respected and connected entertainment anchors in the nation, died suddenly on Friday at the age of 64.

The circumstances surrounding his death were not immediately released.

Rubin joined KTLA 5 Morning News in Los Angeles in 1991, where he instantly made an impact with his unmatched, encyclopedic knowledge of film and television. Over the years, his reports and interviews informed and entertained millions of television viewers in L.A. and beyond.

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  1. I think this is where Liz’s hubby is located. Alive and well…formerly worked at KING during the mid-10’s
    Adam Mertz
    International Sales Communications
    Boeing Commercial Airplanes
    +1 206-240-1786
    adam.j.mertz@boeing.com

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