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11th Feb '17 8:21:01 AM RaiderDuck
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* Charles Laughton hated the Dalton Trumbo-written dialogue he was initially given in ''Film/{{Spartacus}}'', so Peter Ustinov rewrote all of the scenes featuring the two of them, which placated Laughton enough to complete his portion of the film.
21st Jan '17 12:12:35 PM LadyNorbert
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* Richard O'Brien wrote ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' and its sequel ''Film/ShockTreatment'' where he played Riff Raff and Cosmo.


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* Richard O'Brien wrote ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' and its sequel ''Film/ShockTreatment'' where ''Film/ShockTreatment,'' in which he played Riff Raff and Cosmo.

Cosmo.
* Creator/EmmaThompson wrote the screenplay for ''Film/SenseAndSensibility'', and starred as Elinor Dashwood.




* In addition to being the only person to apppear in every episode of ''Series/{{MASH}}'', Alan Alda also wrote numerous episodes (and was one of the writers of the SeriesFinale to boot).

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* In addition to being the only person to apppear appear in every episode of ''Series/{{MASH}}'', Alan Alda also wrote numerous episodes (and was one of the writers of the SeriesFinale to boot).



* In 1955, ''Radio/TheArchers'' had an episode where Grace Archer, the wife of Phil, was killed off. (It may or may not have been coincidence that the episode went out on BBC radio the very night [[Creator/{{ITV}} commercial television]] began.) The script had Grace's fate be conveyed in the final line of dialogue thusly: "She... she died in my arms... on the way to hospital," but Norman Painting, who played Phil, suggested the line go "In my arms... on the way to hospital... she's dead!" Suffice to say that not only was this one of the most talked-about episodes of the soap, but Painting went on to write many, many episodes (and the book ''Forever Ambridge 25 Years of The Archers''), as well as act in them.
* Creator/LouiseJameson, who played Leela in ''Series/DoctorWho'', wrote a Fourth Doctor and Leela audio drama for AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho, "The Abandoned".

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* In 1955, ''Radio/TheArchers'' had an episode where Grace Archer, the wife of Phil, was killed off. (It may or may not have been coincidence that the episode went out on BBC radio the very night [[Creator/{{ITV}} commercial television]] began.) The script had Grace's fate be conveyed in the final line of dialogue thusly: thus: "She... she died in my arms... on the way to hospital," but Norman Painting, who played Phil, suggested the line go "In my arms... on the way to hospital... she's dead!" Suffice to say that not only was this one of the most talked-about episodes of the soap, but Painting went on to write many, many episodes (and the book ''Forever Ambridge 25 Years of The Archers''), as well as act in them.
* Creator/LouiseJameson, who played Leela in ''Series/DoctorWho'', wrote a Fourth Doctor and Leela audio drama for AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho, "The Abandoned".
Abandoned."
19th Jan '17 2:01:54 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'': The episode "Little Otis" was written by Chris hardwick, who voices Otis.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'': The episode "Little Otis" was written by Chris hardwick, Hardwick, who voices Otis.
19th Jan '17 2:01:42 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard'': The episode "Little Otis" was written by Chris hardwick, who voices Otis.
12th Jan '17 8:27:15 PM AlternativeCola
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* Creator/YuriLowenthal wrote one episode of ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse''.
11th Jan '17 1:16:00 PM nightkiller
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* Michael Landon got his start in writing with several scripts for his hit series ''Series/{{Bonanza}}''. He went on to write more episodes of ''Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie'' than anyone else, as well as create another successful vehicle for himself in ''Series/HighwayToHeaven''.

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* Michael Landon got his start in writing with several scripts for his hit series ''Series/{{Bonanza}}''.''Series/{{Bonanza}}'', including at least one episode where his character did not appear. He went on to write more episodes of ''Series/LittleHouseOnThePrairie'' than anyone else, as well as create another successful vehicle for himself in ''Series/HighwayToHeaven''.
11th Jan '17 10:49:30 AM mr3urious
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* The ''WesternAnimation/BobbysWorld'' episode "Bobby Phone Home" was written by Tino Insana, the voice of Uncle Ted.
29th Nov '16 2:28:27 AM LondonKdS
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\n* Paul Darrow, who played Avon in ''Series/BlakesSeven'', wrote an officially-licenced spin-off novel, ''Avon: A Terrible Aspect'', which gives his own preferred version of his character's [[OriginsEpisode pre-show backstory]].

18th Nov '16 6:33:25 AM JamesAustin
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->The brave and magnificent Ozan, who writes his own examine text.

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->The ->''"The brave and magnificent Ozan, who writes his own examine text."''
14th Nov '16 5:43:14 PM FAS1997
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* Creator/DanCastellaneta has so far written seven episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' with [[CreatorCouple his wife]] Deb Lacusta ("Days Of Wine And D'oh'ses"[[note]]season 11 episode where Barney gives up drinking and Bart and Lisa try and look for the perfect photograph for the town's phone book contest[[/note]], "Gump Roast"[[note]]the final clip show episode from season 13 where Homer is honored at the Friars' Club with a roast[[/note]], "The Ziff Who Came To Dinner,"[[note]]season fifteen episode where Artie Ziff hides out at the Simpson house after his business goes under and he's being hounded for cheating his shareholders[[/note]] "Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore,"[[note]]season seventeen episode where Homer goes to India after Mr. Burns outsources the nuclear plant while Patty and Selma kidnap Richard Dean Anderson after he tells them that he only did ''Series/MacGyver'' to earn a paycheck[[/note]] "The Fight Before Christmas,"[[note]]a bizarre ChristmasEpisode that had an ''Inglorious Basterds'' parody, Martha Stewart showing Marge the true meaning of Christmas, and Music/KatyPerry as the only human in a piece that has The Simpsons as Muppets[[/note]] "A Midsummer's Nice Dream,"[[note]]the episode where stoner comedians Cheech and Chong break up and use Homer and Principal Skinner as their new comedy partners while Marge tries to help the Crazy Cat Lady with her hoarding problem[[/note]] and "The Ten-Per-Cent Solution"[[note]]the episode where Krusty's show gets canceled again and Joan Rivers voices his first agent, who helps him revive his career with a cable show[[/note]]).

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* Creator/DanCastellaneta has so far written seven eight episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' with [[CreatorCouple his wife]] Deb Lacusta ("Days Of Wine And D'oh'ses"[[note]]season 11 episode where Barney gives up drinking and Bart and Lisa try and look for the perfect photograph for the town's phone book contest[[/note]], "Gump Roast"[[note]]the final clip show episode from season 13 where Homer is honored at the Friars' Club with a roast[[/note]], "The Ziff Who Came To Dinner,"[[note]]season fifteen episode where Artie Ziff hides out at the Simpson house after his business goes under and he's being hounded for cheating his shareholders[[/note]] "Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore,"[[note]]season seventeen episode where Homer goes to India after Mr. Burns outsources the nuclear plant while Patty and Selma kidnap Richard Dean Anderson after he tells them that he only did ''Series/MacGyver'' to earn a paycheck[[/note]] "The Fight Before Christmas,"[[note]]a bizarre ChristmasEpisode that had an ''Inglorious Basterds'' parody, Martha Stewart showing Marge the true meaning of Christmas, and Music/KatyPerry as the only human in a piece that has The Simpsons as Muppets[[/note]] "A Midsummer's Nice Dream,"[[note]]the episode where stoner comedians Cheech and Chong break up and use Homer and Principal Skinner as their new comedy partners while Marge tries to help the Crazy Cat Lady with her hoarding problem[[/note]] and problem[[/note]], "The Ten-Per-Cent Solution"[[note]]the episode where Krusty's show gets canceled again and Joan Rivers voices his first agent, who helps him revive his career with a cable show[[/note]]).show[[/note]], and most recently "Havana Wild Weekend").



** Harry Shearer, who voices Ned Flanders, Mr. Burns, Smithers, Principal Skinner, etc. wrote a season 28 episode "Trust but Clarify".



** Mr. Lawrence was a writer for the show on the first three seasons.



* Mr. Lawrence, who voices Plankton, had written for''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' during the first two seasons. He returned to the show in Season 7.
* Some episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'' are written by Katie Crown, who voices Mary and Ms. Baker.

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* Like Rocko's Modern Life, Mr. Lawrence, who Lawrence (who voices Plankton, Larry and various characters) had written for''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' during the first two seasons. He returned to the show in Season 7.
* Some episodes
7. As of ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'' are written by season 10, he's now the story editor.
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Katie Crown, who Crown (who voices Mary and Ms. Baker.Baker) wrote a handful of episode in the second half of''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'''s first season.
* Charlyne Yi, Chloe's VA, was credited for the story of the ''WesternAnimation/{{We Bare Bears}}'' episode Chloe and Ice Bear.
* Sam Riegel, who voices Emperor Awesome as well as voice directing the show, had wrote 3 episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{WanderOverYonder}}'' (The Bad Hatter, The Bad Neighbors, and The Robomechabotatron).
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