Edgar Rosenberg was a German film and television producer.
Young Rosenberg immigrated to the country and worked his way up to the position of assistant to Emanuel Sacks, vice president of entertainment at NBC.
However, while recovering from a car accident, Rosenberg was sacked and forced to work shifts as a night clerk at a bookshop.
He was a respected news source for journalists in the 1960s and worked for the public relations company owned by Anna M. Rosenberg, to whom he was not related.
He contributed to the creation of a number of television programs supporting the United Nations as a co-founder of the nonprofit Telsun Foundation production firm associated with the UN, one of which, The Poppy Is Also a Flower (1966), was also distributed in theaters as a feature picture.
Omnibus, a 1950s American educational television program, and Husbands, Wives & Lovers, a 1970s sitcom with a brief run, both developed by his wife Joan Rivers, were among his other television appearances.
He worked with Rivers to write and direct the 1978 full-length movie Rabbit Test during the 1970s.
He managed Rivers throughout the majority of their marriage and worked as a producer on the newly launched Fox Television Network's The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers.
Edgar Rosenberg's net worth was $4.5 million at time of his death.
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He was married to comedian Joan Rivers from 1965 until his death in 1987.
Children: Edgar Rosenberg has a daughter named Melissa Rivers.
Grandchildren: Edgar Rosenberg has a grindchild named Edgar Cooper Endicott.