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  • Worley Thorne
  • Worley Thorne
  • Worley Thorne
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  • Worley Thorne ist ein US-amerikanischer Autor und Drehbuchautor. Zusammen mit Ralph Wills schrieb er das Buch zu TNG: sowie das Drehbuch zur Episode. Zuvor hatte er „Are Unheard Memories Sweet?“ für die nicht produzierte Reihe Star Trek: Phase II verfasst. Weitere Film- / Fernseharbeiten: * Buch zu mehreren Dallas-Episoden * Drehbuch zu Drei Engel für Charlie, Cannon und Daktari
  • Born in Manhattan, New York, and raised in the Bronx, Thorne graduated from the City College of New York with a Bachelor's Associates in English. He ultimately moved to Los Angeles, California, where he worked in publicity before pursuing a television writing career. Thorne has spent four years teaching screenwriting courses at Columbia College in Los Angeles. He also served two terms as Governor of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He is currently pursuing Master of Arts in English Literature. His episode of TNG is his most recent television work.
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  • Worley Thorne
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  • Born in Manhattan, New York, and raised in the Bronx, Thorne graduated from the City College of New York with a Bachelor's Associates in English. He ultimately moved to Los Angeles, California, where he worked in publicity before pursuing a television writing career. Other television shows for which Thorne has written include two episodes of Cannon (one directed by Lawrence Dobkin and guest-starring Keith Andes, Susan Oliver and Meg Wyllie; another guest-starring Richard Derr), an episode of The Bionic Woman directed by Leo Penn, two episodes of Barnaby Jones (starring Lee Meriwether), an episode of the short-lived Westside Medical episode directed by Ralph Senensky, an episode of Charlie's Angels guest-starring Bibi Besch, and two episodes of Dallas. Most notably, Thorne wrote several episodes of Fantasy Island, the hit ABC series which starred Ricardo Montalban and Wendy Schaal. One episode he wrote, "I Want to Get Married/The Jewel Thief", guest-starred Leigh Taylor-Young; another, "The Swinger/Terrors of the Mind", was directed by Cliff Bole. Yet a third, "Crescendo/Three Feathers", guest-starred Skip Homeier and Monte Markham. Thorne has spent four years teaching screenwriting courses at Columbia College in Los Angeles. He also served two terms as Governor of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He is currently pursuing Master of Arts in English Literature. His episode of TNG is his most recent television work.
  • Worley Thorne ist ein US-amerikanischer Autor und Drehbuchautor. Zusammen mit Ralph Wills schrieb er das Buch zu TNG: sowie das Drehbuch zur Episode. Zuvor hatte er „Are Unheard Memories Sweet?“ für die nicht produzierte Reihe Star Trek: Phase II verfasst. Weitere Film- / Fernseharbeiten: * Buch zu mehreren Dallas-Episoden * Drehbuch zu Drei Engel für Charlie, Cannon und Daktari
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