Bachelor, La Salle College, 1949; Master of Fine Arts, University of Southern California, 1953.
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.
(Book by Brough, Walter, Sutton, Michael)
With United States Navy, 1942-1945, PTO. Member Writers Guild American, Dramatists Guild, California Alliance For The Arts, Phi Kappa Phi.
Married Frances Goldberg, August 9, 1975. 1 child, Emily; stepchildren: Scott, Blake, Alexis.