|Born:||June 25, 1951|
New York City, USA
|Died:||April 19, 2008|
Los Angeles, California, USA
Biography and career Edit
Lawrence Hertzog was born in Flushing, Queens, in New York City but grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey. When he was 16 years old, Hertzog quit Teaneck High School to pursue a career in horticulture. When that didn't work out, he briefly attended NYU Film School. Eventually, Hertzog moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the film industry.
Through his career, Lawrence has worked as a writer for shows like Hart to Hart, J.J. Starbuck, and Stingray. While working on The A-Team, Patrick Hasburgh, a colleague of Hertzog, named a character after him in an episode of the show, that also featured guest stars Jesse D. Goins and Xander Berkeley. Hasburgh also worked with Hertzog on the show Hardcastle & McCormick, co-created by veteran producer, Stephen J. Cannell.
Hertzog has also written eight episodes of Nowhere Man, also produced by executive producer and co-creator of 24, Joel Surnow. When working on 24, Surnow also named an off-screen CIA character, Larry Hertzog, after him.