RIP Robert Earll
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Born in Topeka, KS, son of Robert Nathan Earll, Sr. and Ethel Margaret Greene, Bob grew up in Los Angeles, CA. He leaves two daughters, and his wife, Wilda Earll.
Bob had a rough childhood, including being expelled from school in the 10th grade, incarceration, and alcoholism and drug addiction. He got sober and clean in Los Angeles in 1962 and became a highly popular recovery circuit speaker throughout the 1970s, 80s, and 90s. Bob focused on healing the whole person, not just stopping drinking/using. Thousands upon thousands of people credit Bob for their recovery from the disease of alcoholism/drug addiction.
Professionally, Bob was a highly successful TV writer. He has over 50 credits as a writer and producer of shows such as Vega$, Kojak, Ironsides, Hill Street Blues, Charlie’s Angels, and many other top TV shows. He also published the highly popular books, I Got Tired of Pretending and Turning on the Light.
Born: 12/30/1935, Topeka, Kansas, U.S.A.
Died: 1/9/2018, Reno, Nevada, U.S.A.
Robert Earll’s western – writer:
The Virginian (TV) - 1970