Blind Ambition (miniseries)
|Directed by||George Schaefer|
|Theme music composer||Walter Scharf|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||480 minutes|
Blind Ambition is a four-part American miniseries that aired on CBS from May 20, 1979 to May 23, 1979 focusing on the Watergate coverup and based on the memoirs of former White House counsel John Dean and his wife Maureen.
Producer Renee Valente earned an Emmy nomination for the series.
- Martin Sheen as John Dean
- Rip Torn as Richard Nixon
- Theresa Russell as Maureen Dean
- William Daniels as G. Gordon Liddy
- Graham Jarvis as John Ehrlichman
- John Randolph as John Mitchell
- Lawrence Pressman as H.R. Haldeman
- Ed Flanders as Charlie Shaffer
- Peter Mark Richman as Robert Mardian
- James Sloyan as Ronald Ziegler
- William Windom as Richard Kleindienst
- Lonny Chapman as L. Patrick Gray
- Christopher Guest as Magruder
- James Karen as Earl Silbert
- TV Guide Guide to TV. Barnes and Noble. 2004. p. 75. ISBN 0-7607-5634-1.
- Barnes, Mike (2016-02-22). "Renee Valente, Casting Executive and Pioneering Producer, Dies at 88". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2016-03-10.
- (23 May 1979) TV Ratings, The New York Times
- (31 May 1979). TV Ratings, The New York Times