Linwood Boomer
Canadian television creator
Linwood Boomer
Linwood Boomer is a Canadian-American television producer, writer, and actor. He is well known for playing the role of Adam Kendall on the drama Little House on the Prairie, and for creating the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle.
Biography
Linwood Boomer's personal information overview.
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News
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Storm provides time to tune in for 'Little House' - Houma Courier
Google News - over 5 years
On the show, Mary instantly fell in love with her teacher, Adam Kendall (Linwood Boomer creator of "Malcolm in the Middle" and writer for "3rd Rock from the Sun"), at the Iowa College. The couple married later. I guess the writers wanted to give Mary a
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Running wild and free in East Matunuck - South County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
There I learned that Linwood Boomer, who played Mary's blind husband Adam Kendall, went on to create the television series "Malcolm in the Middle." Seemed a bit of a comedown after "Little House" but I suppose there must be life after the prairie
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A Conversation With John Flansburgh And Jonathan Coulton - The Awl
Google News - over 5 years
I remember getting the phone call, and it was from a guy named 'Linwood Boomer.' And my wife took the message, and I was like, “Okay, 'Linwood Boomer' is not actually a name.” It seemed like some kind of prank or something
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Channel Guide: Celebrating 'Malcolm in the Middle' and the Modern Sitcom - Film School Rejects
Google News - almost 6 years
New year, new decade, new century, new millennium, and for Linwood Boomer, new ideas. And what he ended up writing would become the basis for which shows like Modern Family, Scrubs, Arrested Development, Community and a host of others would find their
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Don't Wanna Grow Up Cuz Puberty Isn't Funny; Series Like 'Malcolm in the Middle' Confront the Reality of an Actor's Adolescence
NYTimes - over 13 years
No matter how many laughs a television show can squeeze from an impish boy, cracking wise and bugging out his eyes at various oppressors, a sudden end to the laughter looms. The comedy often stops when puberty starts. Boys becoming men tend not to play so well on camera. Fox's Sunday night hit ''Malcolm in the Middle'' is the latest series to
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; Pouring Gold Into Old Molds
NYTimes - almost 16 years
Every Sunday night I've been taking the television critic's version of a busman's holiday: at 8:30, whether I have to or not, I watch ''Malcolm in the Middle'' on Fox, followed by -- what else? -- ''The Sopranos'' at 9 on HBO. Lately, though, I've been putting off ''The Sopranos'' until its Tuesday rerun. I have enough anxiety of my own on Sunday
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'West Wing' Dominates Television's Big Night; NBC Drama Carries Off 5 Emmy Awards As Newer Shows Find Their Niche
NYTimes - over 16 years
It was the First Family versus the Soprano family at the annual Emmy presentation tonight. And the First Family -- or NBC's ''West Wing'' -- almost bludgeoned HBO's ''Sopranos.'' ''The West Wing'' won five Emmys during the evening, including best drama series. ''The Sopranos,'' which competed directly with the NBC show in several categories, won
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Theater or TV, It's Just That She Cares
NYTimes - over 16 years
To Gail Berman the cultural chasm is not especially wide between serious plays like Athol Fugard's ''Blood Knot'' or David Rabe's ''Hurlyburly'' and television shows like ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' and ''Malcolm in the Middle.'' Ms. Berman produced all of them. ''Producing is producing, whether you're on Broadway or television,'' said Ms. Berman,
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COVER STORY; A Warm and Fuzzy Family, But the Brady Bunch It Isn't
NYTimes - about 17 years
Mom walks around topless. Dad seems wacko. Their four boys are a bit dysfunctional. The house is a mess, and there are ''for sale'' signs on either side of their poorly kept lawn. One of the children, Malcolm, is a genius but just wants to be normal. When Mom wants to extract a confession from the boys about what happened to her new red dress, she
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The 'Malcolm' Sensibility; New Sitcom's Early Success May Spawn Host of Imitators
NYTimes - about 17 years
Only a few months ago, the situation comedy was a fading genre on television. Television executives groaned about low ratings, derivative shows, lazy comedy writing, the rise of hipper cable-channel programs and the same old tired format set in an apartment or workplace. Then came ''Malcolm in the Middle.'' A surprise success in its first two
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TV WEEKEND; There's Not a Brady in This Bunch
NYTimes - about 17 years
If Marge and Homer Simpson ruled the world, every family would be as funny, warm and wryly inappropriate as the one in Fox's glowing new comedy, ''Malcolm in the Middle.'' And every mother-son relationship would be as reassuring as this: When Malcolm, the neglected middle child, is unexpectedly told he has a genius's I.Q. and is being shipped to
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TELEVISION REVIEW;Dazed and Confused On a Strange Planet
NYTimes - about 21 years
Let's face it; at times we all feel like aliens on Earth. There are days when we look around and wonder, "Who are these people?" and spaced-out moments when the most mundane tasks seem bizarre. Few of us react with the comic flair of Sally Solomon (Kristen Johnston), a statuesque young woman learning to make her first meatloaf. She takes her
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