Arthur Kent

Born Dec 27, 1953

Arthur Kent is a Canadian television journalist. He rose to international prominence during the 1991 Persian Gulf War during which he acquired the nickname "The Scud Stud". He is the brother of Canada's Minister of the Environment Peter Kent and Alberta jurist Madam Justice C. Adele Kent. Kent was born in Medicine Hat, Alberta to the late Arthur Parker Kent, who worked for Southam Newspaper Group and retired as associated editor of the Calgary Herald.… Read More

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1953 Birth Born on December 27, 1953.


1989 35 Years Old He worked at NBC as a foreign correspondent and host of Dateline NBC from 1989 to 1992.
1992 38 Years Old After a contract dispute with NBC, he was fired in August 1992.


1994 40 Years Old He subsequently sued NBC for breach of contract, fraud, and defamation, a case that was settled in March 1994. … Read More
2001 47 Years Old First broadcast by PBS in June 2001, an updated version received extensive broadcast on PBS affiliates and on CBC following the September 11 attacks. … Read More


2007 53 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2007 Kent launched Sky Reporter, an outlet for new & archived documentaries and short films. … Read More
In the March 3, 2008 election he lost to incumbent Dave Taylor.
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