Norman Powell (television executive)
|Norman S. Powell|
Powell in 2009
|Born||Norman Scott Barnes
November 2, 1934
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Known for||Brothers at War|
Norman Scott Powell (né Barnes; November 2, 1934) is an American television executive.
Norman Scott Barnes was born November 2, 1934, in Los Angeles. The son of actress Joan Blondell and cinematographer George Barnes, he was adopted by his mother's second husband, Dick Powell in February 1938 under the name Norman Scott Powell.
Powell has produced such shows as Gunsmoke and The Big Valley. He produced episodes of the 2002–03 season of the TV series 24 and the 2006 season of The Unit. He produced the award-winning documentary Brothers at War with director/producer Jake Rademacher and executive producers Gary Sinise and David Scantling.
He has been nominated for two Emmy Awards: Outstanding Drama Series for 24, and Outstanding Limited Series for Washington: Behind Closed Doors (1977). He was nominated for the Producers Guild of America Award for Producer of the Year in an Episodic Drama, for 24.
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- Kroll, Justin (January 15, 2009). "Goldwyn acquires ‘Brothers at War’". Variety magazine. Retrieved 2014-04-02.
- "Norman S. Powell - Awards". IMDb. Retrieved 2014-04-02.
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