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Birth Name: Steven Ronald Bochco

Born: 16 December 1943 Died: 1 April 2018

Country of origin: United States


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Gone, but not forgotten (1141 items)
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Born on December 16, 1943, in New York, New York, Steven Bochco worked in television as a writer and producer, penning scripts for Columbo (1968-03) before launching the NBC police series Hill Street Blues (1981-87). The show earned acclaimed for its storytelling and characters, winning more than two dozen Emmy Awards. Bochco also created the drama L.A. Law (1986-94) and later fare like Doogie Howswer, M.D. (1989-93) and Raising the Bar (2008-09).
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2. NYPD Blue (1993)
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1. Silent Running (1972)
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2. Vampire (1979)
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1. Fuck (2007)
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Agent Kermit D. Fonz added this to a list 3 months, 4 weeks ago
Gone, but not forgotten (1141 person items)
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In Memoriam 2018 (106 person items)

"Sunset: April 01, 2018 (Age: 74) Cause of Death: Complications from Leukemia Claim to Fame: American TV Producer/Writer, best known for TV Series "NYPD Blue""