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Also Known As: Theodore Willis Died: December 22, 1992
Born: Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Profession: writer

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Cited in "The Guiness Book of World Records" as the world's most prolific TV writer, Willis created 41 TV serials, wrote 37 stage plays, penned scripts for 39 feature films, churned out radio scripts and generated a dozen novels. He was also one of the pioneers of British "kitchen sink" drama in the late 1950s, producing gritty, realistic stories set in a working-class milieu.

Cited in "The Guiness Book of World Records" as the world's most prolific TV writer, Willis created 41 TV serials, wrote 37 stage plays, penned scripts for 39 feature films, churned out radio scripts and generated a dozen novels. He was also one of the pioneers of British "kitchen sink" drama in the late 1950s, producing gritty, realistic stories set in a working-class milieu.

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1955:
Wrote the longrunning TV series, "Dixon of Dock Green", featuring a plodding police officer
1963:
Given the title Lord Willis

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wife:
Audrey Willis. Survived him.

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