Leonard B. Stern

Television Writer and Producer
Born Dec 23, 1923

Leonard Bernard Stern was an American screenwriter, film and television producer, director, and one of the creators, with Roger Price, of the classic word game Mad Libs.

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1923 Birth Born in 1923.


1952 29 Years Old Stern was also a writer for the 1952 Danny Thomas and Peggy Lee version of The Jazz Singer and several Abbott and Costello films, among others. … Read More


2000 77 Years Old Stern was the senior vice president of Price Stern Sloan (PSS). In 2000, after Price's death, Stern and another partner, Larry Sloan, launched another publishing company, Tallfellow Press, and acquired the rights to Droodles. … Read More
2011 88 Years Old On June 7, 2011, Stern died of heart failure at his home in Beverly Hills, California, aged 87. … Read More
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