Bernard Lechowick

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Bernard Lechowick is an American writer and producer of Emmy Award-winning television programs. He grew up in Mentor, Ohio and is a father of two sons, Richard Latham Lechowick and Vincent Latham Lechowick.[1] Lechowick graduated from the University of Notre Dame. For his graduate studies, he chose University of Texas at Austin to complete a master’s degree in Radio, Television and Film, and it is there that he met his wife, Lynn Marie Latham.

He began his writing partnership with his wife, L. M. Latham, in 1979. In 1981, ten years after they met, they were married. In 1984, their primetime serial, Berrenger's, aired on NBC. When the show was cancelled after a few months on the air, Lechowick received job offers to write for Dallas, Knots Landing and Falcon Crest. He and his wife studied the offers and decided to go with Knots Landing.

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Awards and nominations[edit]

Lechowick has been nominated for 2 Emmy Awards, 2 Daytime Emmys, 2 Writers Guild of America Award, 1 Viewers for Quality Television Awards, and 1 Imagen Foundation Awards.


  1. ^ [1] Archived January 6, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.