Glen Larson

TV Producer

Glen Larson was born in California on January 3rd, 1937 and is the TV Producer. At the age of 77, Glen Larson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 3, 1937
United States
Place of Birth
Death Date
Nov 14, 2014 (age 77)
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$50 Million
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Magnum P.I., Battlestar Galactica, Knight Rider, The Fall Guy, Quincy M.E. He is best known for his work as the designer and producer of a number of popular television series. Buck Rogers and the 25th Century in the United States.

Before Fame

He began writing for a thriving vocal group called The Four Preps at the start of his career. Alias Smith and Jones began his screenwriting and production careers by concering an episode of The Fugitive and later creating the hit Western series Alias Smith and Jones.


He received an Edgar Award for his television writing on McCloud and Magnum, P.I. In 1979, he was nominated for his co-written score to Battlestar Galactica, becoming also a composer.

Family Life

Eric, David, Christopher, Danielle, Christopher, Stephan, Johnston, Janet Curtis-Larson, and Jeannie Marie Pledger all had three children (seven with Gourley, Josephine Curtis-Larson) over the course of his three marriages (two with Curtis-Larson): David, David, Christopher, Christopher, Danielle, James, Nicole, Kimberly, and Michelle.

Associated With

Larson was mentored by Star Trek screenwriter Gene Coon while writing the story that would become Battlestar Galactica.