Lorne Frohman

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Lorne Frohman

Lorne Frohman is a Canadian television comedy writer/producer. He created and wrote Pryor's Place a television series nominated for eight Emmy Awards starring Richard Pryor. He has directed It's Always Something for Gilda's Club for the past 12 years in honor of Gilda Radner.

Frohman is the host of Distinguished Artists, an in-depth one-hour interview show whose guests have included Russell Peters, Sara Polley, David Cronenberg, Eugene Levy, Vivica A. Fox, Ivan Reitman, Sandra Shamas, Smothers Brothers, Joan Rivers, Mort Sahl and many more. The show is seen on iChannel. He is the coordinator of the Television Writing and Producing Program at Humber College.

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  • Humber College Creative and Performing Arts Webpage

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