Writer, Content Editor at IBM
Wesley Hyatt is a writer with an emphasis in pop culture history, particularly television. His 10th and most recent book is "Betty White on TV: From Video Vanguard to Golden Girl," celebrating the incredible 80 years on television for one of the medium's hardest working and most beloved stars. Other recent works include "The Carol Burnett Show Companion," the first history of one of the universally acclaimed greatest TV series of all times, which includes a complete episode guide and more than 60 exclusive interviews, and "Bob Hope on TV: Thanks for the Video Memories," a summary of more than 1000 hours of appearances by America's favorite comedian of the 20th century, including interviews with nearly 40 people who worked with him.
Outside of published books, Hyatt works as a marketing writer for IBM. He has written and/or copyedited more articles, videos, magazines, columns, letters and other written materials over more than 30 years than he can ever estimate. He resides in Durham, North Carolina.