|Born||April 22, 1953|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Family||Andrew Adelson (brother) Barbara Walters (stepmother)|
Gary Adelson (born April 22, 1953) is an American television and film producer.
Adelson is the son Lori (née Kaufman) and Merv Adelson.   He has one sister and a brother: Ellen Adelson Ross and Andrew Adelson.  
Lorimar Productions, Inc., later known as Lorimar Television and Lorimar Distribution, was an American production company that was later a subsidiary of Warner Bros., active from 1969 until 1993, when it was folded into Warner Bros. Television. It was founded by Irwin Molasky, Merv Adelson, and Lee Rich. The company's name was a portmanteau of Adelson's then wife, Lori, and then MAR for Molasky, Adelson, and Rich.
Stephen Joseph Cannell was an American television producer, writer, novelist, occasional actor, and founder of Cannell Entertainment and the Cannell Studios.
Shaun Paul Cassidy is an American singer, actor, writer, and producer. He has created and/or produced a number of television series including American Gothic, Roar and Invasion. Cassidy currently serves as executive producer and writer for NBC's medical drama New Amsterdam.
Columbia Pictures Television, Inc. was launched on May 6, 1974, by Columbia Pictures as an American television production and distribution studio. It is the second name of the Columbia Pictures television division Screen Gems (SG) and the third name of Pioneer Telefilms. For 26 years, the company was active from 1974 until New Year's Day 2001, when it was folded into Columbia TriStar Television, a merger between Columbia Pictures Television and TriStar Television. A separate entity of CPT continues to exist on paper as an intellectual property holder, and under the moniker CPT Holdings to hold the copyright for the TV show The Young and the Restless, as well as old incarnations from the company's television library such as What's Happening!!
Edward Dean Winter was an American actor. He is best known for his recurring role, Colonel Samuel Flagg, in the television series M*A*S*H from 1973 to 1979.
William Lance LeGault was an American actor. He was best known as U.S. Army Colonel Roderick Decker in the 1980s American television series The A-Team.
Judy Landers is an American film and television actress.
Lewis Michael Arquette was an American film actor, writer, and producer. Arquette was known for playing J.D. Pickett on the television series The Waltons, on which he worked from 1978 to 1981.
Gary Tomlin is an American soap opera actor, writer, producer and director.
Melvin Damski is an American director and producer of film and television.
The following is John Denver's comprehensive filmography, listed from the newest to the oldest, organized in tiers in accordance with the dates of recording or airing. The filmography does not include any appearances of Denver post-1997.
Kenneth Steven Gord is a Canadian film and television producer.
Charles Edward Sellier Jr. was an American television producer, screenwriter, novelist and director, best known for creating the American book and television series The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams. He was also known for directing the notorious Christmas themed slasher film Silent Night, Deadly Night He also wrote and produced more than thirty films and 230 television shows during his career, which spanned four decades.
Fred Mollin is an American and Canadian record producer, musician, film and TV composer, music director, music supervisor, and songwriter. He has produced records for Jimmy Webb, Johnny Mathis, Billy Ray Cyrus, Lamont Dozier and America, and has composed music for Beverly Hills, 90210, Friday the 13th, Forever Knight, Hard Copy, and many more. Mollin rose to prominence early in his career by co-producing Dan Hill's international hit record, "Sometimes When We Touch", in 1977.
John Dennis Johnston is an American film and television actor.
Joanne Brough was an American television producer and executive. She began her career in 1960 at KTLA, a Los Angeles television station, and went on to work for CBS Television from 1963 to 1978, rising through the ranks to become one of the first female network development executives. She oversaw and developed such hit shows as All in the Family, Kojak, Hawaii Five-O, M*A*S*H, Knots Landing, Eight Is Enough, The Waltons, Dallas, Falcon Crest, and others. From 1978 to 1986, she joined Lorimar Productions, becoming Vice President of Creative Affairs, supervising all television programs. During her tenure there, she became Executive Producer of Falcon Crest, as well as several movies for television. In 1990, she went to work for Lee Rich Productions in association with Warner Brothers, as a development executive, producing TV films and specials for three years. From 1993 to 1998, she took on the task of producing television in Singapore and Indonesia. Her later years were spent as an educator while she continued to develop new projects.
Mervyn Lee Adelson was an American real estate developer and television producer who co-founded Lorimar Television.
Andrew Adelson is an American television producer.
Irma May Kalish was an American television producer and screenwriter who held a pioneering role as a woman in the TV industry. Kalish produced and wrote for television programs, including Too Close for Comfort, All in the Family, The Facts of Life, Good Times, The Hogan Family, Maude, I Dream of Jeannie, F Troop and Family Affair. She is known for writing the episode of Maude where Maude gets an abortion.