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Wayne Mack

Wayne Mack, a sportscaster, talkshow host and actor, died of cancer April 1.

He was 68.

Mack appeared in seven movies, including “The Killer Bees” in 1974 and “Pretty Baby” in 1978.

He was sports director at WDSU-TV from 1959 to 1974, before moving to WGSO radio, where he spent six seasons as the New Orleans Saints’ play-by-play announcer. During the late 1960s he covered sports nationally for ABC and CBS.

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