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Tom Fontana

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Born: September 12, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: Producer ...
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1999:
Billed as 'creative concultant' on the Showtime series "The Hoop Life"
2000:
Executive produced the CBS miniseries "An American Tragedy" which focused on the murder trial of O.J. Simpson
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Started a new, multi-million-dollar New York-based production company with Barry Levinson (Levinson-Fontana Productions)
1970:
Wrote "Johnny Appleseed: A Noh Play", produced at Studio Arena in Buffalo
1975:
Became playwright-in-residence at NYC's Writers Theatre
1997:
Co-creator (with Barry Levinson) and executive producer of HBO's "Oz", a gritty dramatic series set in an urban prison
2003:
With Levinson, served as executive producer of the HBO series "Baseball Wives"
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Writer and producer for NBC series "St. Elsewhere"
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Co-creator, executive producer and writer for short-lived NBC series "Tattinger's"
1996:
Executive produced and co-wrote the NBC movie "The Prosecutors" (a pilot on which everybody passed)
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Served as executive producer and writer for "Homicide: Life on the Street" (NBC)
1985:
Wrote teleplay for ABC special "The Fourth Wise Man"
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Grew up in Buffalo, New York
1979:
Playwright-in-residence, Williamstown Theatre Festival; plays produced there include "This Is On Me", "The Underlings", "The Overcoat" and "The Spectre Bridegroom"
2002:
Wrote the teleplay and executive produced the religious-themed TV-movie "Judas and Jesus" (ABC)

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