Rod Serling Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Rod Serling

This Biography is about one of the best Narrator Rod Serling including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Rod Serling
Real Name Rod Serling
Profession T V & Movie Producers, Playwrights
Nick Name Rodman Edward Serling, Rodman Edward
Famous as Screenwriter, TV Producer, Narrator
Nationality American
Religion Unitarian Universalism
Personal Life of Rod Serling
Born on 25 December 1924
Birthday 25th December
Died At Age 50
Sun Sign Capricorn
Born in Syracuse
Died on 28 June 1975
Place of death Rochester
Grouping of People Jewish Actors
Family Background of Rod Serling
Father Samuel Lawrence Serling
Mother Esther Cooper Serling
Siblings Robert J. Serling
Spouse/Partner Carol Serling
Children Anne Serling, Jodi Serling
Education 1950 – Antioch College, Binghamton High School
Awards 1955 – Emmy Award for Best Original Teleplay Writing 1956 – Emmy AWard for Best Teleplay Writing 1956 – Peabody Award for Personal Recognition for Writing

1956 – Writers Guild of America Award for Best One Hour Drama 1956 – Writers Guild of America Award for Best One Hour Drama 1959 – Emmy Award for Best Teleplay Writing 1960 – Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama 1961 – Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama 1962 – Golden Globe Award for Best Male Television Star 1963 – Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama 1965 – Golden Globe Award for Best Director

Personal Fact of Rod Serling

Rodman E. Rod Serling was an American scriptwriter, television producer, radio host and narrator. He was most popularly known for his television programs, especially for his science fiction anthology TV series, Twilight Zone, which was also produced by him so that he could control the creative quality of the series. Other famous writings by Serling are, Requiem for a Heavyweight, Patterns, Night Gallery, etc.

He was awarded with many prestigious awards for his writings, like, Emmy, Golden Globe, Writers Guild of America Award, etc. Serling was always the flamboyant one in his family, with tales and stories to tell and his talent only developed as he grew up and once he achieved his military aspirations, he got into freelance writing for the radio and television.

He was recognized for the first time, after he moved to New York, when Patterns was aired. Serling was a man of principles, whose writing was purposeful and projected his ideas on anti-war activism and racial equality. He was the kind of artist who could not stand creative dissection of his work due to corporate policies, which is why he produced a show of his own and also a reason why he turned from radio to television as a medium of communication.

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