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Editor , publisher

Leo Shull, American publisher, editor. Member Critic Association (founder 1985, president 1986).


Shull, Leo was born on February 8, 1913 in Milwaukee.


Bachelor of Science, University Pennsylvania, 1936. Master of Arts, Temple University, 1938.


Public Actors Cues, Show Business, Summers Theatres, Models Guide, Casting Guide, Production Directory, Angels, 1,000 Filmmakers, Who's Where, others, since 1941. New York editor Writer's Digest, since 1942. Assistant vice cultural commissioner City of New York, 1960.

Founder, 1st secretary New York Drama Desk, Publications Association, Inc. Organizer, secretary Critics Association, New York City, since 1986.


  • book

  • Other Work

    • Producer plays on Broadway, off Broadway, films and. Weekly television Leo Shull Show. Author: weekly television Playwriting for Broadway, 1946, How to Break Into Show Business, 1964, New York Show Business Celebrities, 1966, Playwriting for the Broadway Stage, 1967.

      Producer: stage show Apollo, 1957. Public Hollywood Production tabloid.


Member Critic Association (founder 1985, president 1986).


Son of David John and Anna (Blumencranz) S. M. Claire Klar, August 9, 1948. 1 daughter, Lee.

David John Shull

Anna (Blumencranz) Shull