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    Stephen J. Cannell From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Stephen Joseph Cannell (/ ˈkænəl /; February 5, 1941 – September 30, 2010) was an American television producer, writer, novelist, and occasional actor, and the founder of Cannell Entertainment (formerly Stephen J. Cannell Productions) and the Cannell Studios.

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    Stephen Joseph Cannell (February 5, 1941 – September 30, 2010) was an American television producer, writer, author, and occasional actor, and the founder of Stephen J. Cannell Productions. Cannell is known for creating the popular show The A-Team. Cannell was born in Los Angeles, California.

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    Can­nell was born in Los An­ge­les, and raised in nearby Pasadena. He was the son of Car­olyn (née Baker) and Joseph Knapp Can­nell. Joseph owned the highly suc­cess­ful in­te­rior dec­o­rat­ing com­pany Can­nell and Chaffin. Can­nell strug­gled with dyslexia in school, but did grad­u­ate from the Uni­ver­sity of Ore­gon in 1964 with a Bach­e­lor of sci­ence de­gree in jour­nal­ism. At UO, he joined the Sigma Chifra­ter­nity. The 2009 doc­u­men­tary Disleck­sia: The Movie fea­tures an in­ter­view with Can­nell, in which he dis­cusses his strug­gles with dyslexia and how he man­aged to be such a suc­cess­ful writer de­spite his dif­fi­cul­ties read­ing. Dur­ing the in­ter­view, he men­tions how he used to hire typ­ists to over­come his "spelling prob­lem", as he refers to his dyslexia, but also de­scribes how he feels his con­di­tion has en­riched his life.[citation needed]

    After col­lege, Can­nell spent four years work­ing with the fam­ily busi­ness be­fore sell­ing his first script to the Uni­ver­sal se­ries It Takes a Thief in 1968. He was quickly hired by the tele­vi­sion pro­duc­tion branch of Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios and was soon free­lance writ­ing for such other crime shows as Iron­side and Columbo. Not long af­ter­ward, he re­ceived a tele­phone call from friend Her­man Saun­ders who was the pro­ducer on the se­ries Adam-12. They needed a script right away and Saun­ders asked if Stephen would be in­ter­ested in writ­ing it. He de­liv­ered what they wanted in one day, his first full-time gig, and was soon hired as story ed­i­tor of Jack Webb's po­lice se­ries Adam-12,then in its fourth sea­son (1971–1972). Can­nell cre­ated or co-cre­ated nearly 40 tele­vi­sion se­ries, mostly crime dra­mas, in­clud­ing The Rock­ford Files, Chase, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Baretta, City of An­gels, and under his own ban­ner, The Great­est Amer­i­can Hero, The A-Team, Ha...

    Can­nell mar­ried his high school sweet­heart, Mar­cia, in 1964. He "asked her to go steady in the eighth grade". To­gether they had two daugh­ters, Taw­nia and Chelsea, and two sons, Cody and Derek. Derek died in 1981 at age 15 when a sand cas­tle he was build­ing at the beach col­lapsed and suf­fo­cated him. This tragedy had oc­curred dur­ing the film­ing of the "Cap­tain Belly­buster" episode of The Great­est Amer­i­can Hero. Actor William Katt(an ex­pert mu­si­cian) wrote a song for Can­nell, ti­tled, "Cody the Cow­boy". Can­nell was so touched by this gift that he named his next son Cody in honor of the song. Can­nell was dyslexic, and was a spokesman on the sub­ject. Ac­cord­ing to an episode of Paul Har­vey's The Rest of the Story, Can­nell fre­quently had to dic­tate ideas or even com­plete scripts with the help of his per­sonal sec­re­tary Grace Cur­cio, an em­ployee of 20 years. Fol­low­ing Grace's re­tire­ment in 2003, Kathy Ezso be­came his ed­i­tor and ex­ec­u­tive as­s...

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    Television series produced or created by Stephen J. Cannell. The D.A. (1971) Chase (1973) Toma (1973–74) The Rockford Files (1974–80) Baretta (1975–78) City of Angels (1976) Baa Baa Black Sheep (1976–78) Richie Brockelman, Private Eye (1978)

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    Stephen J. Cannell Stephen Joseph Cannell (Los Angeles, 5 febbraio 1941 – Pasadena, 30 settembre 2010) è stato un produttore televisivo, sceneggiatore e scrittore statunitense e occasionalmente attore.

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    I met and photographed him. I could put my image of him here but I do not know how to add it? jason — Preceding unsigned comment added by Wallisphoto (talk • contribs) 01:23, 24 December 2010 (UTC)

    "CAN-NULL" does not inform anyone how to pronounce his name, folks. it doesn't indicate which syllable gets stress. is it CAN-null, or ca-NELL, i don't know. (there's a miniscule chance that both syllables actually receive chance, but i really, really, really doubt this. SECONDLY: the paragraph about the The Simpsons is the most confusing or nonsensical passage in the entire history of wikicivilization. This paragraph needs help. It's so whacked, that I can't even fathom how to begin fixing it. Thirdly: did the man really receive a bachelor of SCIENCE degree for... journalism? i really doubt this, unless that university is out of its mind., 29 October 2005 (UTC) 1. Take a look at this It says: "Stephen J. Cannell, Journalism, BS 1964" Kms22:51, 2 October 2006 (UTC) 1. 1.1. IPA done. --Slp101:00, 1 November 2006 (UTC) His surname bears some resemblance to the Greek surname Kanellis, kanella is is the name gi...

    Stephen went to Flintridge Preparatory School for boys. How then could his wife have been his high school sweetheart?? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:23, 5 November 2011 (UTC)

    I'm not an expert, but I'm sure the following sentence does not meet Wiki standards: "His loyalty and friendship to those that knew and worked with him are missed." Was this taken from an online obituary? Somebody higher up should fix it, in my opinion. LMorland (talk) 07:57, 23 August 2014 (UTC)

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    Cannell nació en Los Ángeles, California, y creció en Pasadena.[1]​ Hijo de Carolyn y Joseph Knapp Cannell, en la escuela tuvo que luchar contra la dislexia[2]​[3]​ y luego se graduó en la Universidad de Oregón, en 1964, en la rama de periodismo.[2]​

    Después de la universidad, Cannell pasó cuatro años trabajando en el negocio familiar antes de vender su primer guion a la Universal para su serie It Takes a Thief en 1968. Poco después fue contratado por la rama de producción televisiva de Universal Studios y escribió guiones para Ironside y Columbo. No mucho tiempo después, recibió una llamada telefónica de su amigo Herman Saunders que era el productor en la serie Adam-12. Resulta que necesitaban un guion enseguida, Stephen lo escribió y lo entregó en un solo día. Pronto fue contratado como editor de historias de la serie policial Adam-12, entonces en su cuarta temporada (1971–1972). Cannell creó casi 40 series televisivas, mayoritariamente de crimen y misterio, incluyendo The Rockford Files, Chase, Escuadrón Oveja Negra, Baretta, Ciudad de Ángeles. Con su propia productora creó, The Greatest American Hero, El Equipo A, Hardcastle y McCormick, Wiseguy, 21 Jump Street, Silk Stalkings, y The Commish. En el proceso tiene, por su cuen...

    El logotipo más famoso de su compañía de producción le presentaba a él mismo escribiendo y lanzando la hoja al aire. Durante la historia de la compañía se usaron un total de ocho logotipos diferentes, pero el logotipo original ya forma parte de la cultura pop americana [referencia necesaria] y ha sido parodiado en American Dad!, 30 Rock, Padre de familia, y Los Simpson.[5]​

    Cannell se casó con su novia del instituto, Marcia, en 1964.[6]​ El matrimonio tuvo dos hijas, Tawnia y Chelsea, y dos hijos, Cody y Derek.[6]​ Cannell sufría dislexia y frecuentemente tuvo que dictar ideas o incluso guiones completos a una secretaria personal, Grace Curcio primero y Kathy Ezso después. Para escribir usaba una IBM Selectric, cuando no dictaba a su ayudante.

    Cannell murió en su casa rodeado por su familia el 30 de septiembre de 2010 a causa de un melanoma.[1]​[7]​

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    Jeunesse et formations

    Stephen Joseph Cannell est né à Los Angeles en Californie, et a grandi à Pasadena[2]. Ses parents, Carolyn (née Baker) et Joseph Knapp Cannell, tenaient une chaîne de magasins de meubles[3],[4]. Il souffre de dyslexie à l'école, mais sort quand même diplômé de l'Université d'Oregon en 1964 avec un Baccalauréat en sciences de journalisme[3]. Après ses études, il travaille durant quatre ans dans l'entreprise de ses parents.


    En 1968, Stephen J. Cannell vend son premier script pour la série Opération vol. Il est rapidement « récupéré » par la branche télévision d'Universal Pictures, Universal Television Group. Il opère comme scénariste « freelance » sur des séries comme L'Homme de fer et Columbo. Peu de temps après, il devient le scénariste principal de Adam-12, qui en est à sa quatrième saison (1971–1972). En 1974, il lance, avec Roy Huggins, sa première série 200 dollars plus les frais. Ils rencontreront un succ...


    Le 30 septembre 2010, Stephen J. Cannell meurt dans sa maison de Pasadena en Californie. Il a succombé à un cancer de la peau contre lequel il luttait depuis des années.

    Longs métrages

    1. 1978 : The Gypsy Warriors de Lou Antonio 2. 2002 : Bad Boy 3. 2002 : Dead Above Ground de Chuck Bowman 4. 2005 : Demon Hunter de Scott Ziehl 5. 2005 : Terreur en milieu hostile de Steven R. Monroe 6. 2006 : Le Jardin du mal (The Garden) de Don Michael Paul 7. 2010 : L'Agence tous risques de Joe Carnahan 8. 2012 : 21 Jump Street de Phil Lord et Chris Miller (avec Neal H. Moritz)


    1. 1981 : Writers Guild of America Award du meilleur script d'un épisode de série dramatique pour l'épisode pilote de Timide et sans complexe[6] 2. 1989 : Prix pour l'ensemble de sa carrière remis par la Casting Society of America 3. 2005 : Saturn Awardpour l'ensemble de sa carrière 4. 2006 : Laurel Award pour l'ensemble de sa carrière d'auteur de télévision remis par la Writers Guild of America


    1. 1974 : Meilleur épisode aux Edgar Allan Poe Awards pour l'épisode "The Cain Connection" de Toma 2. 1978 : Emmy de la meilleure série dramatique pour 200 dollars plus les frais 3. 1979 : Emmy de la meilleure série dramatique pour 200 dollars plus les frais 4. 1980 : Emmy de la meilleure série dramatique pour 200 dollars plus les frais 5. 1980 : Emmy du meilleur scénario pour une série dramatique pour l'épisode pilote de Timide et sans complexe 6. 1980 : Meilleur épisode aux Edgar Allan Poe...


    1. Vidéo de son célèbre logo[archive]

    Liens externes

    1. Notices d'autorité : 1.1. Fichier d’autorité international virtuel 1.2. International Standard Name Identifier 1.3. Bibliothèque nationale de France (données) 1.4. Système universitaire de documentation 1.5. Bibliothèque du Congrès 1.6. Gemeinsame Normdatei 1.7. Bibliothèque nationale de la Diète 1.8. Bibliothèque nationale d’Espagne 1.9. Bibliothèque royale des Pays-Bas 1.10. Bibliothèque nationale de Pologne 1.11. Bibliothèque universitaire de Pologne 1.12. Base de bibliothèque norvégien...

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    Cannell wuchs in Pasadena auf, wo er auch zur Schule ging. Da er Legastheniker war, galt er damals als ein eher mäßiger Schüler, so dass ihm vor allem das Fach Englisch unangenehm war. Dennoch schaffte er die High School und besuchte die University of Oregon. Bald begann er mit dem Schreiben von Drehbüchern bzw. Ideen für Fernsehproduktionen zu entwickeln. So konnte er 1966 Story-Ideen zu Kobra, übernehmen Sie (Mission: Impossible) und 1968 sein erstes Script zu Ihr Auftritt, Al Mundy (It Takes a Thief)verkaufen. Cannell entwickelte zusammen mit Frank Lupo unter anderem die Fernsehserie Das A-Team und fungierte bei der im Jahr 2010 erschienenen Verfilmung Das A-Team – Der Filmals Produzent. Stephen J. Cannell war seit August 1964 mit seiner Jugendliebe Marcia Finch verheiratet. Das Paar hatte ursprünglich vier Kinder, zwei Söhne und zwei Töchter. Ihr ältestes Kind, Sohn Derek, kam jedoch 1981 im Alter von 15 Jahren bei einem Freizeitunfall ums Leben. Cannell erlag im Alter von 69 Ja...

    Drehbuch und Produktion

    1. 1970–1971: Der Chef (Ironside) 2. 1973: Columbo – Drehbuch der Episode Double Exposure 3. 1974–1979: Detektiv Rockford – Anruf genügt (The Rockford Files) 4. 1976: Pazifikgeschwader 214 (Baa Baa Black Sheep) 5. 1979–1980: Die Schnüffler (Tenspeed and Brown Shoe) 6. 1983–1986: Hardcastle & McCormick 7. 1983–1987: Das A-Team 8. 1984–1986: Trio mit vier Fäusten (Riptide) 9. 1984–1991: Hunter(Fernsehserie, 152 Folgen) 10. 1986–1987: Stingray 11. 1987–1991: 21 Jump Street – Tatort Klassenzimmer...


    1. 1986: Magnum 2. 1991: California Clan (Santa Barbara) 3. 1992: Renegade – Gnadenlose Jagd (Renegade) 4. 1992–1996: Palm Beach-Duo (Silk Stalkings) 5. 1997–1999: Diagnose: Mord (Diagnosis Murder) 6. 1999–2000: Pacific Blue – Die Strandpolizei (Pacific Blue) 7. 2002: Halbtot – Half Past Dead (Half Past Dead) 8. 2003: Insects – Die Brut aus dem All (Threshold, Fernsehfilm) 9. 2007: Ice Spiders 10. 2009: Castle

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