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Zoey Tur
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    (June 8, 1960- )
    Born in Los Angeles County, California
    Birth name was Robert Albert 'Bob' Tur
    Broadcast reporter and helicopter pilot
    With wife Marika Gerrard formed the Los Angeles News Service (1979)
    First to use an AStar helicopter to cover live breaking news in a major city (1985)
    Covered the Loma Prieta earthquake (1989), the Rodney King riots (1992) and the O.J. Simpson slow-speed Bronco chase (1994)
    Revealed having gender identity disorder (2013)
    Underwent hormone replacement therapy and gender reassignment surgery
    Applied in court to change legal gender from male to female (August, 2014)
    Parent of MSNBC and Weather Channel correspondent Katy Tur
    He dropped out of community college.
    Her motto: ‘It’s not enough to beat the competition. You’ve got to make them suffer.’
    She has been accused of reckless and aggressive flying, with Sam Rubin of KTLA-TV calling Tur ‘the most dangerous pilot in the air and on the air.’
    During an appearance on Dr. Drew, she said that a transgender woman using the women’s locker at a Michigan Planet Fitness was a dangerous predator (March, 2015).
    During another ‘Dr. Drew’ appearance discussing Caitlyn Jenner receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, she grabbed Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro by the neck and threatened to send him home in an ambulance after Shapiro addressed her as ‘sir.’ (July, 2015)
    He dated Carrie Fisher: ‘It was like every American boy’s dream come true: I’m dating Princess Leia.’
    Together, Tur and Gerrard received three local Emmy Awards, two Edward R. Murrow Awards for broadcasting excellence, and the National Press Photographers Association Humanitarian Award
    He rescued 54 people from the Pacific after the Portofino Inn at Redondo Beach collapsed during a storm (1988).
    He was credited by Israeli medics with saving the life of an Israeli Defense Forces soldier in Lebanon (August, 2006).

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