|Born||in Syracuse, New York, USA|
|Died||in Rochester, New York, USA (complications arising from a coronary bypass operation)|
|Birth Name||Rodman Edward Serling|
|Height||5' 4" (1.63 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
John Phillips is the name used by longtime television and film writer Rod Serling when he asked that his real name be removed as the writer of the pilot episode of the series "The New People" in 1969. While Serling's name remained as series developer, he was sufficiently annoyed with ABC- TV's editing of the pilot-- it was cut from 52 to 45 minutes to fit into a 90 minute time slot, along with another series-- that he preferred to remove his name.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: anonymous
A former boxer, paratrooper and general all-around angry young man, Rod Serling was one of the radical new voices that made the "Golden Age" of television. Long before The Twilight Zone (1959), he was known for writing such high-quality scripts as "Patterns" and "Requiem for a Heavyweight," both later turned into films (Patterns (1956) and Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962)). Even The Twilight Zone (1959) featured forays into controversial grounds like racism, Cold War paranoia and the horrors of war. His maverick attitude eventually drove him from regular network television.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: James A. Wolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Carol Serling||(31 July 1948 - 28 June 1975) ( his death) ( 2 children)|