Manufacturer of Gilligan’s Isle as well as the Brady Number and in charge of two theme tracks permanently embedded in people’s brains. He was learning to enter medical college when his sibling asked him to partner with him on paper jokes for Bob Wish’s radio present. He became a member of the writing personnel of The Ventures of Ozzie and Harriet after Globe Battle II and became a mind writer in the Crimson Skelton Show, writing an Emmy for the last mentioned in 1961. His nephew Douglas Schwartz was the longtime article writer for the tv screen series Baywatch, and his sibling Al co-wrote with Sherwood many shows of Gilligan’s Isle in the 1960s. His Gilligan’s Isle, starring Bob Denver, weathered early poor testimonials to become perhaps one of the most enduring displays on television.