The Emmy Award-nominated producer, Bernard Sofronski aka Bernie, a catalyst for the entertainment industry progression, was the first person to introduce the TV shows like Golden Globe Awards and the Tony Awards. Likewise, he also worked as the executive producer of the NBC series The Untold Story.
Bernard was born in the year 1940 in Coatesville, Philadelphia although his exact birth date is not available. Likewise, he belongs to white ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Besides this, information regarding his educational qualifications, parents, siblings, and childhood is not available.
To begin with his marital status, he is a married man and father of two. Bernard is married to veteran actress Susan Hallock Dey. She is best known for her role in the sitcom The Partridge Family.
Bernard and Susan tied the knot on 20th February 1988 in the presence of their close friends and family. It has been 31 years since they tied the knot as of 2019, yet they share a happy and healthy married life.
Prior to his marriage to Susan, Bernie was married to Myra Phyllis Tamarkin with whom he shared two children with her. However, the exact marriage date is not revealed to the public. Due to personal issues, the couple separated and got divorced on 8th June 1984.
Besides this, Bernard prefers to keep his personal life under wraps and is not active on any social media platforms.
Talking about his worth, he has a net worth of $850,000 as of now. He earned his fortune from his career as the TV producer, Besides, he even earns a nice sum of money form his sponsorships, endorsements deals, and paid partnership.
As per sources, the average salary of a Film/TV producer ranges around $68,000 per hour with $4,842 bonus and $6,500 profit sharing. Bernard surely earns around $70,000 to $75,000 based on his experience.
Bernard initially started as a DJ and a radio personality before entering the entertainment industry. Later, he became the Associate Producer for the CBS network soap opera Search for Tomorrow.
He served as the creative head and senior vice president of CBS feature films. Likewise, he even worked as the executive producer of the NBC series Another World including The Untold Story, Napoleon and Josephine: A Love Story, Queen, and several more.
As a producer, he produced several tv movies like Blue Moon, Murder in Greenwich, Too Rich, Into Thin Air, Mom at Sixteen, and many more.