R.I.P. Glen A. Larson 1937 - 2014

Written by Martin Unsworth Sunday, 16 November 2014

TV News

STARBURST is sad to learn that the incredibly successful and prolific writer-producer Glen A. Larson has died aged 77.

He was responsible for some of American TV’s biggest hits over the past three decades, including such well-remembered properties as BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, KNIGHT RIDER, THE FALL GUY and THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN. Chances are if you grew up in the ‘70s, you watched some of Larson’s work. His biggest successes continued to be reworked for years to come, with GALACTICA being the most fruitful.

STARBURST sends our thoughts to his family and friends.

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