Stephen J. Cannell

Edelstein, Robert
January 2007
Variety;1/15/2007 Supplement, Vol. 405, pA8
Trade Publication
The article highlights the career of television producer Stephen J. Cannell. Specific mention is made of his receipt of the Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award from the National Association of Programming Executives (NATPE). Having overcome dyslexia, Cannell is the creator of multiple hit television shows such as "21 Jump Street," "The A-Team," and "Hardcastle & McCormick."


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