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Leonard B. Stern (December 23, 1923 – June 7, 2011) was a screenwriter, producer and film and television director of American nationality, known for being one of the creators, together with Roger Price, from the game Mad Libs.
His full name was Leonard Bernard Stern, and he was born in New York City, studying at the University of New York.
Stern was a successful television scriptwriter, writing for series such as Superagent 86, The Honeymooners, The Phil Silvers Show, The Steve Allen Show and Tonight Starring Steve Allen.
For the cinema he wrote productions such as the 1952 film starring Danny Thomas and Peggy Lee The Jazz Singer, as well as several films by Abbott and Costello, among other works. In the 1970s he produced and directed the TV series McMillan and wife, who played Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James.
Stern was vice president of publisher Price Stern Sloan (PSS). In 2000, after Price’s death, Stern and another partner, Larry Sloan, formed another publishing company, Tallfellow Press, acquiring the rights to the Droodles strip. Stern co-wrote, with Diane L. Robinson, A Martian Would not Say That (2000), a compilation of memoirs and real notes written by television executives.
Leonard Stern died in 2011, due to heart failure, at his home in Beverly Hills, California. He was 87. He was buried in the Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. He was survived by his wife, actress Gloria Stroock, as well as a son, a daughter and two grandchildren.
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