Sunday, June 06, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Two-time Emmy nominated TV writer and Writers' Guild Award Winner Lawrence H. Levy (my beau) on today and all week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Two-time Emmy nominated TV writer and Writers' Guild Award Winner Lawrence H. Levy will be the guest on “Linnda Durre’ Interviews” beginning Sunday, June 06, 2021 at 4 PM EDT, 3 PM CDT, 2 PM MCT, and 1 PM PDT streaming on Internet Radio www.VegeRadio.com and best heard through Google Chrome. The interview with Larry Levy airs daily for one week at those times.


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LAWRENCE H. LEVY EMMY NOMINATED WRITER FOR SEINFELD AND AUTHOR OF FOUR BOOKS WILL BE ON “LINNDA DURRE’ INTERVIEWS” DEBUTING SUNDAY, JUNE 06, 2021 AT 4 PM EDT 3 PM CDT – 2 PM MDT - 1 PM PDT – AND AIRING ALL WEEK IN SAME TIME SLOT STREAMING ON VEGERADIO.COM ON THE INTERNET, iPhones, COMPUTERS, iPads www.vegeradio.com

Lawrence, graduate of Cornell, began his entertainment career as an actor, studying at the famed Herbert Bergdorf Studio and then at the Neighborhood Playhouse with legendary acting teacher Sanford Meisner. Lawrence became a writer when the first script he wrote was sold to ABC. He has written for and/or has been a producer and/or has been a story editor for Roseanne, Seinfeld, The Facts of Life, Who’s the Boss?, Trapper John, Family Ties, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Amen, Small Wonder, Savannah, Robin’s Hoods, Seventh Heaven, and other shows. He was the head writer for Aaahh!! Real Monsters, an animated TV series. His Emmy was for “The Mango” Seinfeld episode.



After 20 years of TV writing, Larry Levy turned to being the author of a series of four books, the Mary Handley Mystery Series, for Random House, available on Amazon. Second Street Station, the first in the series, was named one of the best mysteries of 2015 by Library Journal. He also writing a novel based on a true story of discrimination, entitled Restricted.

His wife of 40 years died of cancer, and he is the proud father of a son, Joshua, a literary manager, and a daughter Erin, an Emmy winning writer on “Mad Men.” Erin is also a WGA Award winner. Lawrence’s current relationship partner is Lydia Cornell, former co-star of “Too Close for Comfort.” She and Lawrence are working on the reboot of the series, and the next generation sit-com. Larry David is on the left with Lydia and Lawrence in above photo. Tune in!


2 comments:

  1. Kevin B. in Denver3:24 PM

    Dear Ms. Cornell (Korniloff): After reading through your works on and off over the last several days, I'm now writing to you on Saturday, 9 September 2021. Recently, I overheard the instantly recognizable theme song from TCFC in an adjoining room at a friend's house (I'm told her 9- and 11-year-old daughters are captivated by you and Deborah Van Valkenburgh!), and immediately thought of you. And so that serendipitous reminder and the fond remembrance of a bright, funny, beautiful actress from my youth led me ultimately to this amazing blog and, I must say, something far more powerful and meaningful -- profound, even -- than I necessarily expected to find.
    Not to belabor the point but, as someone who considers himself (perhaps immodestly) something of a 'seeker on the path,' blessed/occasionally cursed with some intuitive capabilities, I find myself blown away by your thoughtful, inspiring, spirituality-suffused writings, embodying (in my view) a rare combination of enlightenment, self-awareness, wisdom, inclusiveness and compassion, conjoined with native wit, intelligence and charm and an infectious natural joy/ebullience. Equally telling are the causes and movements you've chosen to champion, and on whose behalf you work and advocate tirelessly. I'm not nearly enlightened or sensitive enough to know where any individual's soul might exist on the evolutionary 'ladder' but, having now gotten at least something of a sense of who you are and what motivates and inspires you, my alleged intuition suggests you represent a very bright, advanced point of Light and Love. In addition to your many joys and successes, it appears you've also known tough times, peered into the proverbial abyss, endured sad and harrowing life situations, and yet made your way safely back to 'shore.' As have I. But over time it's occurred to me that these 'dark' times, whether of our own making or imposed upon us from without, actually forge the soul in a most beautiful way (much like the diamond-within-the-coal process to which you alluded in an earlier post), leading inexorably to greater growth, compassion and understanding. In other words, the trial, the difficulty, the sorrow, is actually a blessing, and the lesson(s) contained within should be viewed not as burdens but as gifts, borne of Love, never of punishment. I suspect you might agree. :) Anyway, sorry to ramble on; it's just that I came here simply to revisit and catch up on a favorite, very talented and beautiful actress from my late boyhood, and left feeling as though I'd encountered something of a spiritual kindred spirit. One can't say that every day! I will continue to read your blog regularly, and hope to catch some of your upcoming multi-platform appearances and presentations. (Any guidance as to where you can be found appearing online, sporadically or regularly, would be appreciated.) Congratulations and continuing best wishes on the fearless, selfless, uplifted/uplifting, spiritually empowered life you've created for yourself and the loved one who surround you, and which you share joyfully, helpfully, with the world. You're amazing. 'Sara Rush' should be so lucky. :p

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  2. Kevin B. in Denver3:31 PM

    P.S. Regrettably, a typo in my previous post -- it was sent on Saturday, *25* September 2021, not on the 9th. To paraphrase the late, great John Prine: "I think I got glue on my keys." :)

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