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Also Known As: Edward Koch, Edward Irving Koch Died: February 1, 2013
Born: December 12, 1924 Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure
Birth Place: Bronx, New York, USA Profession:

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 Koch (2013)
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 American Swing (2008)
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 American Swing (2008)
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 We Own the Night (2007)
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1943:
Drafted into U.S. Army
1946:
Discharged from Army with rank of sergeant
1963:
Defeated Carmine DeSapio in Greenwich Village district leader primary
1965:
Named partner in Koch, Lankenau, Schwartz & Kovner
1966:
Elected to New York City Council
1969:
Sworn in as Democratic Representative of 17th Congressional district
1973:
Named representative of 18th congressional district because of redistricting
1978:
Elected New York mayor after running on law and order platform; after first term ended, both Democratic and Republican parties endorsed him for re-election
1982:
Began second term as mayor
1983:
Became first mayor to host "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)
1984:
Wrote first memoir <i>Mayor</i>, which later becomes off-Broadway musical
1984:
Made acting debut in CBS movie "Terrible Joe Moran," starring James Cagney
1985:
Supported Health Department decision to shut down gay bathhouses
1986:
Voted for third term as mayor
1989:
Defeated in Democratic primary by David Dinkins, who went on to become New York¿s first African-American mayor
1996:
Made cameo in sports comedy "Eddie"
1997:
Appeared as judge on syndicated TV show "The People¿s Court"
1999:
Published <i>Giuliani: Nasty Man</i>, which consisted of <i>Daily News</i> columns
2007:
Played the mayor in crime drama "We Own the Night"
2009:
Launched online film review series "Mayor at the Movies"
2012:
Subject of Neil Barsky's documentary "Koch"
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Education

Southside High School: - 1941
City College of New York: New York , New York - 1945
New York University Law School: New York , New York - 1948

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