|Date of Birth||10 April 1946, West Barrington, Rhode Island, USA|
|Date of Death||11 September 2001, New York City, New York, USA (homicide as a result of the World Trade Center attack)|
|Birth Name||David Lawrence Angell|
Mini Bio (2)
David Angell was a multiple Emmy Award winner as the creator/executive producer, along with Peter Casey and David Lee, of the hit comedy series Frasier. David was born in West Barrington, RI, and he received a bachelor's degree in English Literature from Providence College. He entered the army upon graduation and served at the Pentagon until 1972. David then moved to Boston and worked as a methods analyst at an engineering company and later at an insurance firm in Rhode Island. David moved to Los Angeles in 1977. His first first script was sold to the producers of the "Annie Flynn" series. Five years before he sold his second script to Archie Bunker's Place (1979)." David virtually worked in every temporary job known to mankind. In 1983, he joined Cheers (1982) as a staff writer. In 1985, David Angell joined forces with Peter Casey and David Lee as Cheers (1982) supervising producers/writers. Since then, the trio has received 37 Emmy Award nominations and won 24 Emmy Awards, including the above-mentioned for Frasier (1993), as well as an Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy for Cheers (1982), in 1989, which Angell, Casey, Lee and the series' other producers shared, and Outstanding Writing/Comedy Emmy for Cheers (1982), which Angell received in 1984. After working together as producers on the hit comedy series "Cheers" for NBC-TV, Angell, Casey and Lee formed "Grub Street Productions." In 1990, they created and executive produced the hit comedy series Wings (1990), which received critical and ratings success during its seven season run.
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A native of Rhode Island, Angell joined Cheers (1982) in 1983 as a staff writer; he'd been with Paramount Network Television ever since. Angell hooked up with Peter Casey and David Lee in 1985 and the trio became supervising producers on the hit comedy. Angell, Casey and Lee then formed Grub Street Prods., which created Wings (1990), the NBC comedy that spent seven years on the network. After Cheers (1982) ended its run in 1993, the trio were tapped to create and executive produce Frasier (1993). Angell won a total of eight Emmy Awards for his work on Cheers (1982) and Frasier (1993). Arguably his most memorable writing feat was the memorable episode that found Lilith discovering Frasier (1993) in bed with Rebecca. This episode had a dose of French farce that subsequently became the foundation for the show Frasier (1993). Grub Street disbanded in the late '90s, but Angell and Casey were developing new projects together. On September 11, 2001, David Angell and his wife Lynn were aboard one of the two planes under terrorist control that crashed into the World Trade Center towers, causing them to collapse.
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|Lynn Angell||(14 August 1971 - 11 September 2001)|