Roberts will share stories about his years in television and as a professional writer. He began his career as an actor in Chicago. After moving to New York, he wrote for such classic television shows as “Candid Camera” and “The Jackie Gleason Show.”
His next stop was in Los Angeles where he became the first producer of “The Hollywood Squares.” Over the next quarter century, he wrote and/or produced more than 2,500 half-hours of network and syndicated television including episodes of “The Lucy Show, “The Andy Griffith Show” and “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.”
In 1986, he won St. Martin’s Press Best First Private Eye Novel Contest for “An Infinite Number of Monkeys.” Since then, he’s written a book a year including 18 novels featuring Cleveland private eye Milan Jacovich.
The free discussion will take place in the Higher Education Center with free parking in the student parking lots (labeled “B”). The campus is at 21200 Campus Drive, Sterling, VA 20164. To learn more, contact Josh Pachter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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