Date of birth : April 25, 1916, Rochester, State of New York.
Date of death : October 30, 2001, New York City.
During his youth, he wrote about movies and theater in a local newspaper. He soon got a job in a radio station, interviewing the stars who passed through Rochester.
He graduated from Marquette University.
In 1953 he married June Reimer (June 27, 1928, New Jersey-September 27, 2013, California), an actress and
They had 3 children, Gary, Alicia and Cynthia.
He then joined at the 20th Century-Fox at the beginning of the 50's.
He left the Fox and joined the public relations agency of Arthur
Jacobs who managed Marilyn's business from 1955 until her death. He worked at the New York office of the agency.
Pat Newcomb, employee of the agency, becoming more Marilyn's private secretary than her press agent, in the strict sense of the word, Springer was personally in charge of Marilyn's interviews during the last years of her life.
On March 5, 1961, he accompanied her when she left the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, in New York
On March 13, 1961, he attended, with her, a party to the benefit of the Actors Studio at the Roseland Dance
On July 11, 1961, he accompanied Marilyn who left the Polyclinic Hospital after her gallblader surgery,
Springer organized the famous interview of Marilyn with Richard Meryman, the Life magazine reporter. They had met, all the three, during Marilyn's last stay in New York, at the Savoy Plaza Hotel.
He took pictures on the set of "Let's Make Love" (1960) .