Edward Joseph Rollins

Edward Joseph Rollins, a video and sound engineer for “Entertainment Tonight,” died Sept. 13 of a heart attack in Los Angeles. He was 55.

Born and raised in San Luis Obispo, he began his engineering career there working for Channel 6. He moved to Sacramento. where he worked for KCRA, Channel 3 before relocating to Los Angeles, where he worked for Channel 13.

In 1995, he joined “Entertainment Tonight.”

He is survived by three sons.

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