June 25, 1951|
Flushing, Queens, New York City, New York
|Died||April 19, 2008
Los Angeles, California
Lawrence Hertzog (June 25, 1951 – April 19, 2008) was an American television writer and producer. He is best known for creating the cult series Nowhere Man, which aired for one season during 1995–1996 on UPN.
In addition to continuing work in the entertainment industry, Hertzog also hosted a podcast entitled Drinks with Larry and Lauren in Los Angeles, featuring himself and his former assistant Lauren Proctor.
- Hertzog's friend and Nowhere Man producer Joel Surnow named an off-screen CIA official on his series 24 "Larry Hertzog."
- Lawrence Hertzog on IMDb
- Hertzog's Blog
- Drinks with Larry and Lauren podcast
- MIPtalk.com episode honoring Larry Hertzog on 1st anniversary of his death
- MIPtalk.com features final unaired episode of Drinks With Larry and Lauren podcast
- Nowhere Man creator Lawrence Hertzog dead at 56
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