Richard Fielder dead: The Waltons writer has passed away aged 95

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Tv author Richard Fielder has died following a long time of service to the small display screen.

Household of the Emmy-nominated American author confirmed he handed away of pure causes in a Dallas-area hospital on 22 July and was aged 95-years-old when he died.

Richard had an enormous variety of writing credit below his belt and wrote on TV reveals from the 1950s to the lat 1990s, finishing work throughout 59 reveals and display screen initiatives.

He additionally wrote on different TV reveals together with Gunsmoke and Marcus Welby, M.D – and was creator and author on police drama David Cassidy – Man Undercover, which starred music Icon David Cassidy within the 1970s.

Richard, proper, with Barry Bostwick, producer David Gerber, director Buzz Kulik

He additionally labored on Rawhide, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Dr. Kildare, The Virginian, Born Free, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Police Story.

He additionally labored on on massive display screen movie, Adam’s Girl, which was launched in 1970 to combined evaluations and starred Beau Bridges as a wrongly convicted sailor.

Richard served within the US Military when he was 17 and labored as a code breaker within the UK throughout World Warfare II.

Richard was a author on the enduring US drama The Waltons

He launched a theatre after returning the the USA following the battle, and started a carer as a author, producer, actor and director.

His first display screen play for tv was a Western referred to as Hearth and Ice – kick-starting a 40 yr profession within the trade.

He retired in 2001, and is believed to have been engaged on a novel in regards to the historical past of the USA on the time of his demise.

He’s survived by spouse, Octavia, who he married in 1954.

He’s additionally survived by his seven kids; eight grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren.

The Hollywood Reporter states: “He can be buried in Chattanooga, Tennessee in a cemetery behind the house of one among his granddaughters.”

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