Kelvin Calder MacKenzie is an English media executive and a former newspaper editor. He became editor of The Sun in 1981, by when the publication was established as the Britain's largest circulation newspaper. After leaving The Sun in 1994, he was appointed to executive roles in satellite television and other broadcasting outlets, as well as being involved in a number of publishing enterprises. After short periods as a columnist at the Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph, MacKenzie returned to his old paper in the same role. His contract was terminated in May 2017 after being suspended.
|Born:||Kelvin Calder MacKenzie, October 22, 1946, Thanet, Kent, England|
|Spouse(s):||Jacqueline Holland (1968–2006)|
About Kelvin MacKenzie
Editor of The Sun newspaper from 1981 until 1994, during which time it became the number-one British newspaper.
He worked as a writer for a variety of small and large-scale newspapers.
He was Rupert Murdoch's favorite editor.
He had three children with Jacqueline Holland whom he married in 1968.
He believed that Margaret Thatcher was the greatest Prime Minister since World War II.
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