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Producer , screenwriter , Communications executive

Walter John Brough, American communications executive, screenwriter, producer. With United States Navy, 1942-1945, PTO. Member Writers Guild American, Dramatists Guild, California Alliance For The Arts, Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Brough, Walter John was born on December 19, 1925 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Walter John Brough and Catherine Maria (Murray) Quell.

Education

Bachelor, La Salle College, 1949;Master of Fine Arts, University of Southern California, 1953.

Career

Writer television shows including, Mannix, Mission: Impossible, The Fugitive, Doctor Kildare, 1962-1980;writer feature film, The Desperadoes, 1968;writer, producer feature film, Run Wild, Run Free, 1970;writer, producer feature film, Matt Helm Versus The Ravagers, 1972;writer, producer feature film, Jed & Sonny, 1974;writer, executive producer feature film, Funeral For An Assassin, 1976;writer, producer feature film, Dead Man's Chest, 1978;executive producer feature film, Kill Or Be Killed, 1980;writer, producer television series, Heart of the City, Los Angeles, 1986-1987;writer, producer television series, Spencer For Hire, Burbank, California, since 1987;writer, producer television series, New Mission: Impossible, Los Angeles, since 1988. President ORB Enterprises, Inc., Los Angeles, since 1980.

Works

Membership

With United States Navy, 1942-1945, PTO. Member Writers Guild American, Dramatists Guild, California Alliance For The Arts, Phi Kappa Phi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golfing, singing, swimming.

Connections

Married Frances Goldberg, August 9, 1975. 1 child, Emily; stepchildren: Scott, Blake, Alexis.

father:
Walter John Brough Quell

mother:
Catherine Maria (Murray) Quell

spouse:
Frances Goldberg

children:
Emily Brough

Scott Brough

Blake Brough

Alexis Brough