Famous as the creator and producer of several well-known television series, he designed a resume that included Magnum P.We., Battlestar Galactica, Knight Rider, The Fall Man, Quincy M.E. and Buck Rogers in the 25th Hundred years. In the beginning of his entertainment profession, he was a songwriter for an effective vocal group known as The Four Preps. He started his screenwriting and creating professions by penning an bout of The Fugitive and consequently creating the strike Traditional western series Alias Smith and Jones. He earned Edgar Honours for his tv writing focus on shows of McCloud and Magnum, P.We. Also a composer, he was nominated in 1979 to get a Grammy Honor for his co-written rating to Battlestar Galactica. During the period of his three relationships — to Carol Jean Gourley, Janet Curtis-Larson, and Jeannie Marie Pledger — he fathered a complete of nine kids (seven with Gourley and two with Curtis-Larson): Eric, David, Christopher, Danielle, Wayne, Caroline, Nicole, Kimberly, and Michelle. While he was developing the series that could become Battlestar Galactica, Larson was mentored by Celebrity Trek screenwriter Gene Coon.