Laurence Marks (American writer)
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August 23, 1915|
Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S.
|Died||January 1, 1993
Van Nuys, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Radio and television writer|
Laurence Marks (August 23, 1915 – January 1, 1993) was an American writer for radio and television shows including Hogan's Heroes and M*A*S*H. He received an award from the Writers Guild of America.
|1957||The Danny Thomas Show||Writer, 1 episode|
|1957–1958||Perry Mason||Teleplay, 3 episodes|
|1959–1960||The Betty Hutton Show||Writer, 3 episodes|
|1962||Margie||Writer, 1 episode|
|1963–1964||The New Phil Silvers Show||Script consultant, 30 episodes|
|1965–1968||Hogan's Heroes||Writer, 68 episodes|
|1966||The Donna Reed Show||Writer, 1 episode|
|1969||The Flying Nun||Writer, 1 episode|
|1971||The Partners||Writer, 2 episodes|
|1971–1973||The Doris Day Show||Writer, 15 episode|
|1972–1978||M*A*S*H||Writer, 28 episodes|
|1975||Doc||Producer, unknown episodes|
|1977–1978||Fish||Writer, 2 episodes|
- "Laurence Marks; Radio, Television Writer". Los Angeles Times. January 7, 1993. Retrieved 2009-05-21.
Born on Long Island, N.Y., Marks wrote for radio in New York before coming to California in the early 1940s. In Los Angeles, he wrote for many television programs, including "The Jack Paar Show," "The Donna Reed Show," "Hogan's Heroes" and "MASH." ... Marks had been honored during his career by the Writers Guild of America. ...
- Mike Sacks, And Here's the Kicker, p. 326.
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