Lawrence H. Levy

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Lawrence H. Levy is an American writer and producer on Savannah , Fantasy Island , Family Ties , Trapper John, M.D. , Saved by the Bell , Who's the Boss? , 7th Heaven , Roseanne , Seinfeld .

Awards and nominations

Nominated for a 1995 Writers Guild of America Award. Won 1994 Writers Guild Award for "The Mango" episode of SEINFELD Nominated for a 1993-4 Emmy Award for "outstanding Writing In A Comedy Series" for SEINFELD Nominated for a 1994-5 Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Achievement In Animation" for AHH, REAL MONSTERS!


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