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Max Keeping Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Thu Mar, 2016
Max Keeping

Facts of Max Keeping

Date of Birth: 1942 , April-1
Date of Death: 2015 , October-1
Birth Nation: Canada
Name Sheena Parveen
Birth Name Lindsay Ann Czarniak
Father Chet Czarniak
Mother Terri Czarniak
Nationality Indian
Birth Place/City Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Profession Reporter
Net Worth $500 million
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color White Brown
Weight in KG 56kg
Boyfriend Devon Werkheiser,Ethan Peck (2009-2010) ,
Married No
Education Centreville High School, James Madison University
Awards Not Yet
Movies Ghosts Don't Exist
TV Show The George Michael Sports Machine
Ethnicity Persian
Body Measurements 35-26-32 inches
Married to Charlie Sheen
Children Delano Joseph Melvin
Nick Name Nikki Kodjoe
Religion Non-religious
Working For NBC 10 Network
Famous for Professional dancer/choreographer
Affair with Gillian Jacobs,Danny pudi
Divorce No
Sisters Ella Benward, Gracie Benward
Siblings Kelly Slater
Books Selp-Helf
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter
Face Color Black
Girlfriend Travie McCoy
Music Group Destiny's Child
Breast Size 35in
Waist size 26in
Hip Size 32in
Shoe Size 8 (US)
Salary Annually: 400,000.00 USD Monthly: 33,300.00 USD, Weekly: 8,300.00 USD, Daily: 1,200.00 USD
Albums Cloud 9
Neck Size 7

Quick Timeline of Max Keeping

1942 Born in Grand Bank, Newfoundland, Canada
1958 Worked at St John's Evening Telegram
1965 Worked at CFRA radio
1972 Worked at CJOH
2003 Won Gemini Humanitarian Award
1991 Won Order of Canada
2010 Retired as a news anchor
2015 Died of cancer

Detail Timeline of Max Keeping

April 1 , 1942

Born in Grand Bank, Newfoundland, Canada

Max Keeping was born as Winston Maxwell Keeping in Grand Bank, Newfoundland, Canada to Polly Keeping and Heber Keeping. He spent most of his days in Canada. He was Canadian and was of white ethnicity.

1958

Worked at St John's Evening Telegram

Max was active in broadcasting since the late 1950s. When he was just 16, he worked at St. John's Evening Telegram as a sports director. During the early 1960s, he joined VOCM and CJCH in Halifax.

1965

Worked at CFRA radio

In 1965, he joined CFRA radio as a parliamentary reporter. He also worked at CTV News as a reporter for several years.  In 1972, he ran in an election as a Progressive Conservative but he lost this election to Don Jamieson.

1972

Worked at CJOH

After he was defeated in the October federal election, he was unable to find the job at CTV News. In November 1972, he became associated with CJOH and there he worked as the local news director. He also worked as the station's news anchor for several decades. 

2003

Won Gemini Humanitarian Award

He was active in several charitable works throughout his life. It is also said that he collected more than $100 million dollars in a charity. For this selfless held and work, he was honored with Gemini Humanitarian Award in 2003.

1991

Won Order of Canada

Max had won several awards and honors in his life. He was also in the side of receiving of several rewards. In 1991, he was honored with Order of Canada. Besides Order of Canada, he had also received Order of Ontario in 2007. 

March 26 , 2010

Retired as a news anchor

Max Keeping was a well known Canadian broadcaster, newscaster and an actor. He also served as the vice-president of news and public affairs at CJOH-DT. At the end of 2009, he revealed that he will retire as a news anchor within a year.

October 1 , 2015

Died of cancer

 In 2003, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and with an untreatable cancer in 2014. He also underwent a colorectal cancer treatment in 2012. A section of CHEO helped him in his treatment. He died of cancer on 1st of October 2015. 

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Max was married man but it is unknown whom he was married to. He was also the father of the son named Shane Holley. Besides his son, there was no any information related to his love affairs, girlfriend, his loving wife and his divorce.

Max was active in broadcasting since the late 1950s. When he was 16, he worked at St. John's Evening Telegram as a sports director. During the early 1960s, he joined VOCM and CJCH in Halifax. In 1965, he joined CFRA radio as a parliamentary reporter. He also worked at CTV News as a reporter for several years. In 1972, he ran in an election as a Progressive Conservative but he lost this election to Don Jamieson. At the end of 2009, he revealed that he will retire as a news anchor within a year. In 2003, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and with an untreatable cancer in 2014. He died of cancer on 1st of October 2015. Before his death, his net worth and salary was high.