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Also Known As: Monica Freeman Died:
Born: June 9, 1926 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland, USA Profession: actor, model

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The creator of the long-running police drama "Hawaii Five-0," Leonard Freeman was a television writer and producer who made the occasional foray into film. Freeman began writing for television during the 1950s, penning episodes of the family show "Lassie" and the military drama "Men of Annapolis." In the early '60s, he gained wider recognition as a writer on "Route 66," and he also produced one episode of the series. Freeman had a particularly busy year in '68, with the release of "Hang 'Em High," a Clint Eastwood Western that he both wrote and produced, as well as the debut of his TV series "Hawaii Five-0." The popular island-themed cop show aired for 12 seasons, but Freeman didn't live to see many of them, since he died from heart problems in '74. In 2010, a high-profile TV revival of "Hawaii Five-0" was launched, and Freeman was appropriately credited for his signature creation.

The creator of the long-running police drama "Hawaii Five-0," Leonard Freeman was a television writer and producer who made the occasional foray into film. Freeman began writing for television during the 1950s, penning episodes of the family show "Lassie" and the military drama "Men of Annapolis." In the early '60s, he gained wider recognition as a writer on "Route 66," and he also produced one episode of the series. Freeman had a particularly busy year in '68, with the release of "Hang 'Em High," a Clint Eastwood Western that he both wrote and produced, as well as the debut of his TV series "Hawaii Five-0." The popular island-themed cop show aired for 12 seasons, but Freeman didn't live to see many of them, since he died from heart problems in '74. In 2010, a high-profile TV revival of "Hawaii Five-0" was launched, and Freeman was appropriately credited for his signature creation.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Welcome Home, Johnny Bristol (1972) Margaret Bristol
2.
 The World Was His Jury (1958) Robin Carson
3.
 Dragoon Wells Massacre (1957) Ann Bradley
4.
 Hold Back the Night (1956) Anne [MacKenzie]
5.
 Shadow of Fear (1956) April Haddon
6.
 The Way Out (1956) Terry Carradine
7.
 Huk! (1956) Cindy Rogers
8.
 The Road to Denver (1955) Elizabeth Sutton
9.
 Battle Cry (1955) Kathy
10.
 Angel Face (1953) Mary Wilton
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daughter:
Monie Ellis. Actor.

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