Lewis Arlt

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Lewis Arlt is an American director, actor, and writer. He has been nominated for Daytime Emmys (Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Daytime, 1979, and Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team, 1995), and four Writers Guild of America Awards (he has won three times: 1993 (Loving),[1] 1994 (General Hospital),[2] and 1995).

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He has written on Loving, Ryan's Hope, General Hospital and Another World.

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  1. ^ Cox, Dan (7 February 1994). "Roseanne, Jerry lead WGA noms". Variety. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
  2. ^ Associated Press (20 March 1995). "'Four Weddings', 'Forrest Gump' Screenplays Honored". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 6 September 2016.

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