Steve Marshall Movies and Career Information

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Jul 19, 1943


Steve Marshall (born July 19, 1943) is a writer and producer for film and television. He began his entertainment career in radio, rising to the level of program director of the CBS-owned KNX-FM in Los Angeles in the early 70's. After a number of years in radio, Marshall wrote a script on spec for the CBS television series WKRP in Cincinnati. The producers of the show bought the script and put Marshall on staff. During his three years with the series, he wrote many of its episodes and eventually teamed up with another WKRP writer, Dan Guntzelman. After the cancellation of the series, Marshall and Guntzelman executive produced the All in the Family spin-off, Gloria, with Sally Struthers and Burgess Meredith. The series aired on CBS during the 1982-83 season and was soon canceled. Marshall and his partner then created a short lived series for ABC titled Off the Rack, starring Edward Asner and Eileen Brennan, which only ran for seven episodes before being canceled. Under contract as writer/producers to Warner Bros. Television, the two were asked to take over the running of the studio's new series, Growing Pains. They kept the series in the Nielsen top 20 for most of its seven-year run,

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