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Louis M. Heyward
also called "Deke" Heyward

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  1. an American producer and film and television screenwriter

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  2. born on June 24 1920

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  3. died on March 26 2002

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  4. Born in New York City, New York, he served in the United States Air Force before becoming a full-time comedy writer, providing scripts for eight seasons (1950 – 1958) of The Garry Moore Show

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  5. also wrote material for The Ernie Kovacs Show, eventually becoming head writer for that series

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  6. Heyward co-created and wrote scripts for Winky Dink and You, a children’s show hosted by Jack Barry that ran from 1953 - 1957

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