Ron Leavitt
American screenwriter
Ron Leavitt
Ron Leavitt was the co-creator of the American television show Married... with Children. The show's 259 episodes over eleven seasons made it the second-longest-lasting sitcom on the Fox network.
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Jon Leavitt, Benny Enfinger
NYTimes - over 3 years
Mr. Leavitt is a composer for film, theater and TV; Mr. Enfinger has experience as an actor.     
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Corvallis Hearing Center nominated "Best of 2011"
Gazette Times - over 5 years
Corvallis Hearing Center and Ron Leavitt, Au.D.,
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Medien: Kasperletheater für Erwachsene - Tagesspiegel
Google News - almost 6 years
Hier seien ein paar Namen genannt: Jerry Seinfeld und Larry David für „Seinfeld“ (bei ZDF neo), Chuck Lorre und Lee Aronsohn für „Two and a Half Men“ (Pro 7 und Kabel eins), Ron Leavitt für „Eine schrecklich nette Familie“ (Kabel eins)
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Upstairs, Downstairs in the Crass Class War
NYTimes - about 13 years
''The Help,'' a new WB series that starts tonight, comes off like a school play, clumsily blocked, loudly acted and nearly shouted down by obligatory laughter and applause. Because it stars television sweeties Mindy Cohn and Tori Spelling, now all grown up (Mindy is matronly, Tori is Tori), home audiences may be tempted to cheer along with the
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Wave goodbye to the Bundys, blue-collar champions of the Fox network.
NYTimes - almost 20 years
NOW that the geyser of publicity surrounding ''Ellen'' has finally subsided, television viewers can turn their attention to a milestone of a different sort: the final episode of ''Married . . . With Children,'' which will be shown at 9 tonight on the Fox network. ''Married . . . With Children,'' you may recall, is a situation comedy that chronicles
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Sex and Today's Single-Minded Sitcoms
NYTimes - about 20 years
IT'S AN EARLY JANUARY EVENING IN 1967, and with the dinner dishes cleared the nuclear family settles in around the Magnavox black-and-white. Samantha seethes at Endora for turning Darrin into a donkey on the night before an important presentation. Sister Bertrille, the Flying Nun, has got herself in trouble again, trying to raise money for the
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS; 2 Would-Be Networks Get Set for Prime Time
NYTimes - about 22 years
The last time a company decided to start up a television network -- Fox Inc. in 1986 -- almost nobody thought it would work. But now, when the A. C. Nielsen Company releases prime-time ratings, four networks are listed instead of three. The Warner Brothers Network, also known as the WB Network, will show four new situation comedies on Wednesday
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Fox's Blue-Collar Comedy vs. ABC's: No Contest
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Al Bundy sells women's shoes and hates the work. He once told a customer her feet resembled ''rib roasts with nails.'' He and his spendthrift wife, Peggy, are always barking at each other. She's a miserable housewife; he's a pathetic provider. Their two teen-agers are the sort you worry more about keeping out of prison than getting into
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NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: COMMERCIAL TELEVISION ENTERTAINMENT is tumbling into a Vulgarity Sweepstakes. Today's viewers will find language and situations on their weekly series that would never have got past the ''program practices'' guards just five years ago. One major reason for the change is the expanding presence of cable television, where more permissive rules
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NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: WITH young (under 30) top executives and a budget of $150 million in place, Fox Broadcasting Company is taking its first wobbly steps this Sunday toward what its hopes will be a fourth commercial network in prime time. Two half-hour series are being unveiled: ''Married. . . With Children'' at 7 P.M., and ''The Tracey Ullman Show'' at 7:30.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ron Leavitt
  • 2008
    Age 60
    He had two children, Matt and Samantha. He is also survived by his long-time partner Jessica Hahn. He died on February 10, 2008 from lung cancer.
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  • 1987
    Age 39
    In the late 1980s, Leavitt co-created Married... with Children, which, with its debut on the Fox network in 1987, broke many of the established rules and mores of television.
    More Details Hide Details He served as executive producer and wrote or co-wrote close to 150 episodes. Its longevity over eleven seasons made Married... with Children the second-longest-running sitcom on Fox, just behind The Simpsons. Among its industry honors, Married... with Children earned seven Emmy nominations and an equal number of Golden Globe nominations, including Best TV Series. The show became a springboard for Leavitt to create a number of spin-offs, initially Top of the Heap, starring Matt LeBlanc and Joseph Bologna, and Vinnie & Bobby, starring Matt LeBlanc and Robert Torti. He would subsequently co-create, executive produce and write Unhappily Ever After, which earned a loyal following for more than five seasons on the WB. In more recent years Leavitt created and wrote several episodes of the WB's The Help. Other achievements outside the realm of television include recognition by the State of California as Citizen Hero of the Year in 2001, and the equally notable accomplishment of out-eating wrestler King Kong Bundy in a cheesesteak sandwich-eating contest at Dominick's Kitchen while Bundy was guest starring on Married... with Children.
  • 1947
    Born on November 7, 1947.
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