Kim Weiskopf

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Kim Weiskopf
Born Kim Robert Weiskopf
(1947-04-10)April 10, 1947
New York City, New York, United States
Died April 22, 2009(2009-04-22) (aged 62)
Encino, California, United States
Occupation Television screenwriter, producer
Years active 1977-1997
Spouse(s) Jody Legrende, 1980-2009, his death
Children Kate Weiskopf (daughter)
Parent(s) Bob Weiskopf, Eileen Ito Weiskopf

Kim Weiskopf (born April 10, 1947, New York City - died April 22, 2009, Encino, California) was an American television writer and producer, whose credits included Three's Company, Married... with Children, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons and Good Times.[1] Kim was the son of late fellow TV producer/writer/director Bob Weiskopf.

His solo writer-producer credits include Rachel Gunn, R.N., Full House, and Married... with Children, on which show he also supplied the voice of the Bundy family's dog, Buck.

Weiskopf's writing and producing career - much of it with longtime writing partner Michael S. Baser - spanned from 1972 with Rod Serling's radio show, The Zero Hour in the 1970s, to What's Happening Now, and to Married... with Children in the 1980s and early/mid 1990s.


He moved to Los Angeles with his family at the age of five and attended Grant High School in Van Nuys, and San Francisco State University.


He died from pancreatic cancer on April 22, 2009 at the age of 62. He was survived by his wife Jody and daughter Kate Weiskopf.


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