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Also Known As: Died:
Born: March 20, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Producer ...
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1965:
Producer and director working with Screen Gems (later Columbia Pictures TV)
1970:
Was producer and director on "The Partridge Family"
1971:
Produced TV-movie "Brian's Song"
:
Producer with Spelling/Goldberg Prods.
:
President, executive producer, Danny Thomas Prods.
1976:
Formed Witt-Thomas and Witt-Thomas-Harris Productions (with Tony Thomas and Susan Harris)
1977:
First hit series, "Soap" (ABC)
1979:
First hit spin-off, "Benson" (ABC)
1984:
Feature producing debut, "Firstborn"
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Was an executive producer on the NBC sitcom "The Golden Girls"
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First Witt-Thomas dramatic series, "Beauty & The Beast" (CBS)
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Witt-Thomas Films pacted with Touchstone for feature films
1989:
Produced (with Steven Haft and Tony Thomas) "Dead Poets Society"
1992:
Pacted with Warner Bros. for feature film productions
:
Was one of the executive producers of "The John Larroquette Show" (NBC)
1999:
Served as one of the producers of the feature "Three Kings"

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