Johnson also serves on the advisory board of Power Corporation of Canada.He was made a trustee of Duke University and served on the advisory councils of several universities.In the movie, Johnson was portrayed by James Garner. Next: Naomi Cohen: Also* *COHEN/Watkins/Safra* Note* Frank Mosier had a copyright fight over the story “Play Ball” which became the musical “Chicago” with Maureen Dallas WATKINS* Spicy….He has been honored with the United States Silver Medal of Patriotism; the Versailles Award of France and made an Officer of the Order of Canada.The Distinguished Visitors Program at the University of Toronto Centre for the Study of the United States was endowed by Johnson in 2001.Cohen was portrayed by Peter Riegert in the 1993 film Barbarians at the Gate depicting the RJR Nabisco buyout.In 1991, Cohen founded the securities and asset management businesses of Republic National Bank of New York.
Let us look here a bit: First: Ross/ Johnson: Frederick Ross Johnson, OC (born 1931, Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian businessman, best known as the chief executive officer of RJR Nabisco in the 1980s.
In 1961, Mann had his biggest hit to that time with “I Love How You Love Me“, written with Larry Kolber and a No. (Seven years later, Bobby Vinton would take the song into the Top 10.) Also in 1961, Mann himself hit the Top 40 as a performer with a novelty song co-written with Gerry Goffin, “Who Put The Bomp“, which parodied the nonsense words of the then-popular doo-wop genre and made the Top 40.