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|name = Christopher Hibler
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|gender = Male
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|birthname = Christopher Arthur Hibler
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|born = {{Birth date|1942|8|2}}
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|birth_place = Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
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|died = {{Death date and age|2010|12|8|1942|8|2}}
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|death_place = Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
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|series = ''[[Quantum Leap (TV series)]]''
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|job = <li> Directed 4 episodes, Seasons 4 & 5 <li> played leapee [[Martin "Marty" Elroy]] in ''"{{ep|5|12}}"'' (Season 5)
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'''Christopher Hibler''' (August 2, 1942 – December 8, 2010) directed four episodes of ''[[Quantum Leap (TV series)|Quantum Leap]]'', ''"[[Temptation Eyes (episode)|Temptation Eyes]]"'', ''"[[Star Light, Star Bright (episode)|Star Light, Star Bright]]"'', ''"[[A Tale of Two Sweeties (episode)|A Tale of Two Sweeties]]"'', and ''"[[Goodbye Norma Jean (episode)|Goodbye, Norma Jean]]"''. He also made an uncredited cameo mirror image appearance as [[Martin "Marty" Elroy]] in ''"{{ep|5|12}}"''.
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==Life and career==
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Born in Los Angeles, Christopher grew up in North Hollywood and was an accomplished athlete lettering in basketball, golf, and track at North Hollywood High School where he was athlete of the year in 1960.<ref name="LATimesObit">{{cite news|url=http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/latimes/obituary.aspx?n=christopher-arthur-hibler&pid=147128073#sthash.okC9FPiB.dpuf |title= Christopher Hibler Obituary | work=Los Angeles Times (Legacy.com)|date=December 14–15, 2010|accessdate=May 1, 2016}}</ref>
   
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Following high school, he was hired at the Walt Disney Studios where he worked for 18 years on numerous films and television shows including ''Bedknobs and Broomsticks'', ''Hot Lead and Cold Feet'', and ''Superdad'', among many more.<ref name="LATimesObit"/> Following his time with the Disney Studios, he went on to a successful directing career where he directed many hour-long drama series including ''Moonlighting'', ''Remington Steele'', ''Quantum Leap'', ''Matlock'', ''Diagnosis Murder'', ''Beverly Hills 90210'', ''Father Dowling Mysteries'', as well as several others.
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==Death==
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Christopher died in Los Angeles.<ref name="LATimesObit"/>
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 08:03, 19 June 2019

Christopher Hibler
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Christopher Hibler
Personal Information
Birthname: Christopher Arthur Hibler
Gender: Male
Born: (1942-08-02)August 2, 1942
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
Died December 8, 2010(2010-12-08) (aged 68)
Deathplace: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
Career information
Appears on/involved with: Quantum Leap (TV series)
Job on series
  • Directed 4 episodes, Seasons 4 & 5
  • played leapee Martin "Marty" Elroy in "A Tale of Two Sweeties" (Season 5)
  • Christopher Hibler (August 2, 1942 – December 8, 2010) directed four episodes of Quantum Leap, "Temptation Eyes", "Star Light, Star Bright", "A Tale of Two Sweeties", and "Goodbye, Norma Jean". He also made an uncredited cameo mirror image appearance as Martin "Marty" Elroy in "A Tale of Two Sweeties".

    Life and career[]

    Born in Los Angeles, Christopher grew up in North Hollywood and was an accomplished athlete lettering in basketball, golf, and track at North Hollywood High School where he was athlete of the year in 1960.[1]

    Following high school, he was hired at the Walt Disney Studios where he worked for 18 years on numerous films and television shows including Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Hot Lead and Cold Feet, and Superdad, among many more.[1] Following his time with the Disney Studios, he went on to a successful directing career where he directed many hour-long drama series including Moonlighting, Remington Steele, Quantum Leap, Matlock, Diagnosis Murder, Beverly Hills 90210, Father Dowling Mysteries, as well as several others.

    Death[]

    Christopher died in Los Angeles.[1]

    References[]

    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Christopher Hibler Obituary", Los Angeles Times (Legacy.com), December 14–15, 2010. Retrieved on May 1, 2016. 

    External links[]