William Rabkin

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William Rabkin
OccupationTelevision producer
television writer and author
Years active1987–present

William Rabkin is an American television producer, television writer and author.

He has written for a number of notable television series namely Spenser: For Hire, Murphy's Law, Hunter, Baywatch, Diagnosis Murder, A Nero Wolfe Mystery, Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories, Monk and many other series.[1]

Nearly all of his television work has been collaborations with fellow writer and producer Lee Goldberg.[2]

Rabkin is also an author, writing a number of companion novels for the Psych television series.[3] As well as writing the books Successful Television Writing (2003) (which he co-authored with Goldberg), Beginning Television Writing, (2010).[4] and Writing the Pilot (2011).


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