|Born||Leslie Karoly Bohem
September 25, 1951
Los Angeles, California, United States
Les Bohem's writing credits include the miniseries Taken, Dante's Peak, Twenty Bucks, Daylight, and The Alamo. Bohem also played bass in the 1980s with the pop groups Sparks and Gleaming Spires. He also wrote the storybook of the Steven Spielberg produced mini-series Nine Lives.
He is the son of screenwriter Endre Bohem.
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