Frank Konigsberg was a producer and agent best known for his Emmy nominated work on The Guyana Tragedy, The Last Don, The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All and Children of the Dust.
Konigsberg also worked on the series Breaking Away, Rituals, and The Tommyknockers, as well as the telefilms Gene Kelly: An American in Pasadena, Bing Crosby: His Life and Legend, Charles and Diana: Unhappily Ever After, Jesus, William & Kate, and the miniseries Ellis Island, Ben Hur, and Titanic.
Additionally, Konigsberg contributed to the feature films 9½ Weeks, Paris Trout, Hard Times, and All Roads Lead to Rome.
He got his start as a lawyer for CBS, before working at International Famous Agency, where he ran the TV packaging department and represented Crosby.
In 1975, he launched the Konigsberg Co. then sold it to Telepictures Productions eight years later.
Konigsberg died November 12, 2016. He was 83.