Shimon Wincelberg

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Shimon Wincelberg
Born 1924
Kiel, Germany
Died September 29, 2004

Shimon Wincelberg (1924 – September 29, 2004) was an American television writer and Broadway playwright.

Born in Kiel, Germany, he wrote for many 1960s and 1970s television shows including Naked City, Mannix, The Time Tunnel, Police Woman, Star Trek ("The Galileo Seven" and "Dagger of the Mind"), Gunsmoke, Have Gun — Will Travel, The Paper Chase and Lost in Space. He also wrote in the 1990s for Law & Order. He also wrote the 1959 Broadway play Kataki starring Sessue Hayakawa and Ben Piazza.[1]

He wrote under the pen name of S. Bar-David, Shimon Bar-David, Simon Wincelberg, and Simon Winvelberg.

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  1. ^ Time.com: New Play on Broadway

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