Hurwitz, Matt
June 2006
Daily Variety;6/8/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 48, pC1
Trade Publication
The article features the achievements of David Milch as a television series scriptwriter and producer. Milch received a Humanitas Prize in 1983 for his work on "Hill Street Blues" and grabbed an Emmy award for his writing that same year. Milch is also a Hollywood Walk of Fame honoree and has been considered the most prolific writers in television history. He has an unparalleled writing style despite his struggle with obsessive/compulsive behavior by dealing and taking advantage of his condition. INSET: Tip sheet.


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