Who Is Hal Willner Wife? Sheila Rogers Bio, Age, Late Late Show, Hal Willner Death
Sheila Rogers Bio
Sheila Rogers is an American columnist and television producer. She is a supervising producer at Late Late Show with James Corden. She is the wife of music producer and SNL staffer Hal Willner. He died on April 6, 2020 of coronavirus at the age of 64.
Sheila Rogers Age
Sheila Rogers Late Late Show
Sheila joined The Late Late Show with James Corden in 2015 as a supervising producer. She previously worked for The Late Show with David Letterman.
She joined Late Night with David Letterman in 1991 as a talent scout and her first day was depicted in a remote that aired in the show. She later joined The Late Show with David Letterman as a supervising producer. She also became executive producer for the Live on Letterman concert series, and co-produced the first and only Live on Letterman music CD.
Sheila Rogers Rolling Stone
Rogers began her career as a writer for Rolling Stone magazine in 1986 as its Random Notes columnist. She later branched out into special feature articles including interviews with the Rolling Stones, the Eagles, Billy Idol, and Bonnie Raitt. She occasionally reviewed concerts and the Grammys for the magazine.
Sheila Rogers Husband – Hal Willner Wife
Sheila is the wife of the late Hal Willner. He was an American music producer best known for his work on “Saturday Night Live.” He joined “Saturday Night Live” in 1980, where he picked and oversaw music for sketches for 40 years. He was still working at “SNL” when the famed comedy series aired its last episode, hosted by Daniel Craig, last month before going on hiatus.
As a record producer he was also known for his work producing albums for Lou Reed (“The Raven,” “Lulu,” “Ecstasy”), Marianne Faithfull (“Strange Weather,” “Easy Come, Easy Go”) and Laurie Anderson (“Life on a String.”)
He also organized tribute albums and concerts, recruiting artists such as Ringo Starr and Bonnie Raitt for a 1988 Disney compilation album, and the likes of Kesha and Joan Jett for a tribute album honoring T. Rex’s Marc Bolan.
Hal Willner Death
Hal Willner died on April 6, 2020
I love you. I liked you in my life so much. When I got horrible reviews you sent me a full email of Lou Reed quotes on how to view critics. It meant so much to me. You changed my way of thinking on how to make stuff. You made what you wanted w/ the people you loved. Bye Hal pic.twitter.com/wGeaWvEILS
— John Mulaney (@mulaney) April 7, 2020
Hal Willner Coronavirus
According to the USA Todal Hal’s representative Blake Zidell confirmed the news of his death writing that Willner had “symptoms consistent with COVID-19,” although he was not formerly diagnosed.
Less than two weeks ago Hal alluded to his illness on Twitter less than two weeks ago, tweeting a map of COVID-19 outbreaks across the United States.
“I always wanted to have a number one – but not this. Pure Arch Oboler with Serling added. In bed on upper west side . H”
I always wanted to have a number one – but not this . Pure Arch Oboler with Serling added . In bed on upper west side . H pic.twitter.com/zEqZmqmlWk
— Hal Willner (@WillnerHal) March 28, 2020