Chris Hayward

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Christopher Robert Hayward
Born (1925-06-19)19 June 1925
Bayonne, New Jersey
Died 20 November 2006(2006-11-20) (aged 81)
Beverly Hills, California
Resting place
Cremation
Occupation television writer and producer
Known for co-creator, with Allan Burns, of the 1960s television shows The Munsters and My Mother the Car, and the creator of Dudley Do-Right
Spouse(s)

Geraldine P. Kulcher (February 26, 1954 - September 1966) (divorced) 3 children
Linda K. Simmons

(1969 - November 20, 2006) (his death)

Christopher Robert Hayward (19 June 1925 – 20 November 2006) was an American television writer and producer. He was the co-creator, with Allan Burns, of the television shows The Munsters (1964) and My Mother the Car (1965), and the creator of Dudley Do-Right.

Born in Bayonne, New Jersey, he was a writer for the 1957-'58 color edition of Crusader Rabbit (as "Chris Bob Hayward"), The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, Alice, Barney Miller, Get Smart, 77 Sunset Strip, Fractured Flickers, and The Governor & J.J..

He won, with Allan Burns, the 1968 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy" for the episode "The Coming Out Party" of the television show He & She.

Hayward died of cancer on November 20, 2006, in his Beverly Hills home.[1]

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  1. ^ Fox, Margalit (19 December 2006). "Chris Hayward, 81, TV Writer and a Creator of ‘Munsters,’ Is Dead". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-10-10. 

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