Blythe Holbrooke is 69 years old and was born on 04/03/1952. Previous to Blythe's current city of New Hope, PA, Blythe Holbrooke lived in New York NY and Manhattan NY. Sometimes Blythe goes by various nicknames including Blythe B Holbrooke, Blythe Babyak Holbrooke, Blythe M Babyak and Blythe M Holbrooke.
Jan 09, 1977 · The bride is a reporter on the “McNeil/Lehrer Report” co‐produced by WNET/13 and WETA of Washington and carried on the Public Broadcasting System. She is a daughter of Leora Russell Babyak of...
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Oct 22, 2019 · Blythe wanted to be a writer and was encouraged by Holbrooke to write a sharp little essay for Newsweek (the editor had been seated next to her at a dinner) in which she pilloried the D.C. dinner and diplomacy circuit. All was well until Pamela Harriman raised her eyebrows at Holbrooke and chided him for his wife’s journalistic indiscretion.
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Dec 24, 2010 · His scholarly looks and pipe-smoking habit also earned him the nickname of Dr. Marton. Holbrooke’s second wife, Blythe Babyak, was a TV producer. The hippie-like bohemian Babyak even wore jeans and nearly transparent skimpy tops when accompanying Holbrooke to the airport, greeting the Japanese Prime Minister on an official visit to D.C.
Dec 14, 2010 · This was the third such occasion, his marriages to Larrine Sullivan, a lawyer, and Blythe Babyak, a television producer, having ended in divorce. His new bride was the television journalist Kati...