“Why don’t people know you exist?” – Peter Jennings.
Hair loss is of great significance to men, that is why Edward Katz was chosen from ABC to help Peter Jennings.
When Peter Jennings was diagnosed with cancer and he
had to undergo chemotherapy, his biggest concern was to lose his hair, as stated on the last TV appearance on ABC World News Tonight.
That is why he chose Edward Katz to take care of him, for his hair replacement needs, so he could eventually return to TV to anchor the ABC World News Tonight.
“Peter Jennings showed surprise, interest, concern for our work. And was quoted, “Why don’t people know you exist?” That is when Ed tried to explain to Peter the fear, embarrassment and the fact, that TV Shows will talk about women’s wigs and hair extensions as it is, considered to be a cosmetic improvement and ok…. If you are a man seeking hair replacement it is made fun of and not respected, because of Hair Club and the fact that 99% of hair replacement is made in China or Indonesia. He even went on, to state to Peter, Why is Diane Sawyer and Oprah not wanting to see proper hair replacement available for men? Peter replied, “I do not know, but now I know the significance and importance to me.”
-Ann Marie Katz, 2005. Via: Meeting/ Design/ Edward Katz and Peter Jennings
Burt Convy, TV Game Show Host “Win, Loose or Draw”, Burt Reynolds Personal Friend.
Burt Reynolds asked Edward Katz to make, manufactured design hair replacement, while Burt Convy was undergoing chemotherapy, shaving his head due to a stroke of brain tumor.
Edward Katz went to the Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles and performed the work, design a literal duplication of his hair, via an 8×10 photograph. When Mr. Convy received the unit, he showed a tear of happiness.
Alan D. Feld, Private Attorney of Lew Wasserman, President of Universal Studios. See attached letter to Robert Urich, regarding who to call and go to Edward Katz.
L.A. Times Article with Hillary Rodham Clinton.
“No matter what people think, style is a part of the campaign.” Like it or not, in today’s celebrity-dominated media climate, style can and often does trump substance. In her book, Postrel quotes a 2001 graduation address Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) gave at Yale: “The most important thing I have to say to you today is that hair matters,” the former first lady said. “This is a life lesson my family did not teach me, Wellesley and Yale failed to instill in me: the importance of your hair. Your hair will send very important messages to those around you. It will tell people who you are and what you stand for. What hopes and dreams you have for the world.”
-L.A. Times/ Calendar Section, August 19th, 2003.
Important …Caring People…Concerned People…call Edward Katz and Edward Katz Hair Design, as the 1st call to make when they are told by their “Doctor, Dermatologist or friend”…that they are in need of Hair Replacement due to chemotherapy, alopecia or male pattern baldness that is non-reversible.
The concerned individual from the “Young Man” experiencing hair loss at an early age and is experiencing the prejudice and loneliness of hair loss and personal side effects. To the “Professional” who needs to maintain his appearance via job, important status…(see article on hair in L.A. Times by: Hillary Rodham Clinton regarding hair as the most important segment not discussed in college to prepare the person for the business/ professional/ political world.)
To the gentleman of any age who looks, feels and wants to look as good as he feels…inside and out. He is concerned, he is not overwhelmed with his appearance…he just looks younger, better, handsome again…like he would if he had never lost his hair and continued to do the things he does, exercise, eat right, vacation, retire, look good, feel good attitude. “Only the best will do for him!”