Ed married Sylvia Weinstein on April 28, 1930 and they remained married until her death on March 16, 1973. They had one child together.
Ed has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Ed is buried at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, New York.
Ed was very nervous in front of the camera which is why he never made eye contact and never spoke above a whisper.
Ed was the real starter of variety shows. Ed had some of the biggest up and coming stars on his show. Many got their start on his show. The show ran from 1948 until 1971.
Ed was known to many as 'The Great Stone Face'. A nickname he was given because of his straight face he always had on his show.
Ed played himself in the 1963 in the movie Bye Bye Birdie.
Ed appeared in several Beatles productions such as The Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1966 and What's Happening! The Beatles in the U.S.A. in 1964.
Ed portrayed himself in the 1966 movie The Singing Nun.
Ed toured in 1970 in The Ed Sullivan's Armed Forces Tour.
Ed was the narrator in 1970 for a film titled The Great Santa Claus Switch.
In 1933 Ed wrote his first published story titled Mr. Broadway.
Ed wrote Big Town Czar in 1939 it was a story of a Czar of Broadway.
Ed used to love to write stories. He wrote Alice in Movieland in 1940.
Ed Sullivan: If you set the rate at 68 cents, it will damage the quality of education in Stafford. However, if it drops any lower, it will be devastating.
Ed Sullivan: But it turns out its not a big deal. The imports help, but not significantly.
Ed Sullivan: The United States construction industry is ready to digest this large increase in capacity. Regions with a vibrant economic base dominate the location of plant expansions and the related escalation in private, commercial, and public infrastructure construction will require additional materials.
Ed Sullivan: You've got to work with advanced planning on the contractor side to help the influx.
Ed Sullivan: This summer's hurricanes served as a trigger point to start slightly slower economic growth. Higher home heating costs, rising inflation and rising interest rate levels will cause some construction slowdowns.
Ed Sullivan: Of such extraordinary doings are champions made. (in reference to the upcoming stars on his show.)
Ed Sullivan: Tell me, Connie, is your mother still dead? (to Connie Francis)
Ed Sullivan: I think it was the biggest moment of their lives. (Ed Sullivan was an icon for that generation.)
Ed Sullivan: It will be months before demand really picks up. (referring to the show)
Ed Sullivan: If you do a good job for others, you heal yourself at the same time, because a dose of joy is a spiritual cure. It transcends all barriers.