Lou Sahadi is one of the country's most prolific sports authors with his latest published one, "Affirmed" being his 25th tome. Among his other celebrated ones are the autobiographies of Don Shula; Willie Mays; Hank Stram Len Dawson and the intimate biography of Johnny Unitas which had a movie option Since l990, Sahadi has been a productive free lance writer after serving as the last editor of Argosy magaizne, a men's adventure and expose chronicle which broke several national stories under his three year tenure as director.
Along with his books, his articles have appeared in the New York News; New York Post; Miami Herald; The State (SC); US and Gear magazines as well as being a frequent contributor to Penthouse magazine. His article on Phil Rizzuto (May 1993) was acclaimed by Larry King in his USA Today column and spearheaded Rizzuto's induction into baseball's Hall of Fame the very next year. Among his other Penthouse submissions included such sports personalities as Darryl Strawberry; Dave Parker; Jeff George and a one-on-one interview with Frank Sinatra.
Sahadi's versatility was evident in November 2000 when he made his entrance into the television media. He wrote a treatment regarding the 30th anniversary of the Marshall University football plane crash which remains as the biggest sports tragedy in U.S. history. The one-hour spoecial on ESPN aired several times. A disciplined and dedicated writer, Sahadi has been successful in all facets of the communication industry, newspapers, magazines, books and television.
Lou Sahadi is a successful sports author who has written many books on various sports. Sahadi currently resides in Boca Raton, Florida and is a dedicated library patron.