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Lawrence Kaplow

Larry Kaplow, visited Vancouver Film School and spoke to a packed theatre of Writing for Film & Television students, in May 2012

Lawrence (Larry) Kaplow is an American television writer and producer most notable for his work on the FOX series House. He won the 2005 Writers Guild of America Award for "Outstanding Television Script, Episodic Drama" for the House episode "Autopsy" (2.02).

In addition to House, Kaplow has written for Family Law, Hack and K-Ville. He left House after the third season for a development deal with 20th Century Fox, but returned the following year. In 2011-2012, Kaplow was a writer/producer on the Medical Drama Body of Proof starring American television actress Dana Delany. He is now a co-executive producer for the television series "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit".

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External links

  • Lawrence Kaplow at the Internet Movie Database
  • Blogcritics interviews 2005 20072008
  • Los Angeles Times interview
  • Larry Kaplow on WhoSay
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