|Born:||January 7, 1918|
|Died:||January 7, 2003(aged -1)|
|deathplace:||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Known for:||wrote episodes for such TV shows as The Andy Griffith Show, McHale's Navy, Sanford and Son and The Brady Bunch|
|Series inolved with:||The Brady Bunch|
|Job with series:||Writer|
|15 episodes in Seasons 1-3|
Michael Morris (born Misha Stutchkoff January 7, 1918-died June 20, 2003) wrote four episodes of the ABC-TV series The Brady Bunch from Seasons 1-3, beginning with the episode titled "The Private Ear"; the final episode which he directed was the one titled "My Brother's Keeper".
Life and career
Michael is the son of late writer, actor and radio show performer Nahum Stutchkoff, who wrote "Thesaurus of the Yiddish Language" and other works. Michael was born in Charkow, Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Michael, who over the long course of his career in Hollywood, which spanned a period of four decades, from the early 1950's to the early 1980's, wrote episodes for such popular TV series as The Andy Griffith Show, Bewitched, McHale's Navy, F Troop, Bewitched, Sanford and Son, and All In The Family. His directorial film credits included the Made-for-television films We'll Take Manhattan (1967) and Second Chance (1972) and the films Wild and Wonderful (1964) and For Love of Money (1963).
Morris died in Los Angeles, California.
- Michael Morris at the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
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