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Born on June 15, 1929, Gerald Gardner is an American television writer most known for comedy. Not much is known about his career which spans two decades. He wrote episodes for "Gilligan's Island, "The Monkees," "The Andy Griffith Show," "Get Smart," "Bewitched," "The Ghost & Mrs. Muir," "The Bill Cosby Show," "Happy Days," "Love, American Style," "What's Happening!!" and "Sledge Hammer!" He also wrote the movies, "How to Break Up a Happy Divorce" and "The World's Greatest Athlete." He won the "Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment" award in 1964 and 1965.

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