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author , director and producer , Film writer

Myran Jay Livingston, American author, film writer, director and producer. Recipient 7 Golden Eagle awards Council on International Theatrical Events, 1982-1984, 1st place Gold Camera award United States Industrial Film Festival, 1984, CLIO for "Most Beautiful Spot" award Bullocks, 1978, 4 Telly Silver and Bronze awards 14th and 17th Annual Competition, 1993,96.


Livingston, Myran Jay was born on March 19, 1934 in New York City. Son of Myran Jabez and Anne Josephine (White) Livingston.


Student, Kenyon College, 1952-1956;student, U.C.L.A., 1957-1958.


Writer/director, Columbia Broadcasting System television Network, Los Angeles, 1956-1964;writer/director, McCann-Erickson, San Francisco, 1965-1971;writer/director, Eastman Kodak, Rochester, New York, 1980-1983;owner, operator, Promethean Prodns., Los Angeles, since 1983. Guest lecturer College of Marin, San Franciso, 1972-1973, Loyola Marymount U., Los Angeles, 1979, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1982.


Teacher in commercial production San Francisco Women in Advertising, 1976, The Del Monte Corporation, San Francisco, 1970, Van Nuys (California) High School, 1980, Mira Catalina School, Palos Verdes, California, 1986. Member Writer's Guild of America, The Author's Guild.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: classical piano, songwriting.


Married Elizabeth Rasmussen, July 28, 1956 (divorced May 1971). 1 child, Lisa Browning. Married Bernice Helen Beck, November 8, 1971.

Children: Simon Jabez, Sarah Gustine.

Myran Jabez Livingston

Anne Josephine (White) Livingston

Elizabeth Rasmussen

Bernice Helen Beck

Lisa Browning Livingston

Simon Jabez Livingston

Sarah Gustine Livingston