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{{Infobox person
Writer of episodes:
 
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| name = Richard C. Okie
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| image = Richard_C._Okie.jpg|200px
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| caption =Richard Okie has served as either a writer or producer for a total of 28 "QL" episodes in Seasons 4 & 5.
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| gender = Male
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| born = {{Birth date and age|1953|1|1}}
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| birth_place = Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
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| occupation = TV producer, director and screenwriter
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| yearsactive = 1984-present
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| series = ''[[Quantum Leap (TV series)]]''
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| job = Screenwriter/Producer
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| episodes = 22 episodes (as producer)<li> 6 episodes (as writer)
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'''Richard C. Okie''' (born January 1, 1953) wrote or co-wrote a total of six episodes:of ''[[Quantum Leap (TV series)|Quantum Leap]]'' in Seasons 4 and 5; he also served as a supervising producer in 22 episodes in the final two seasons. Richard, in addition to his work on ''QL'', has, as a writer, a vast resume to his credits, as he has also directed and/or written episodes for such popular TV shows as ''Knight Rider'', ''Dennis the Menace'', ''Simon & Simon'' (he also served as a producer for the shows final 3 seasons), ''Earth: Final Conflict'' (he also produced 22 episodes), ''Major Dad'' (he also produced three episodes), and more recently the CBS-TV series ''Elementary'', for which he also presently serves as a supervising producer.
Wrote Story and Teleplay for [[A Single Drop of Rain (episode)]]
 
   
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==Episodes written by Richard Okie==
[[Leaping of The Shrew (episode)]]
 
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#''"[[A Single Drop of Rain (episode)|A Single Drop of Rain]]"'' (Season 4, wrote story and teleplay)
 
#''"[[Leaping of The Shrew (episode)]]"'' (Season 5(
 
#''"[[Star Light, Star Bright (episode)]]
 
#''"[[Return of The Evil Leaper (episode)]]"'' (Season 5(
 
#''"[[Goodbye Norma Jean (episode)]]"'' (Season 5)
 
#''"[[The Leap Between The States (episode)]]"'' (Season 5)
   
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==External links==
[[Star Light, Star Bright (episode)]]
 
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*{{IMDb name|0645640}}
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*[http://www.filmreference.com/film/74/Richard-C-Okie.html Richard C. Okie] biography at ''Film Reference''
   
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[[Return of The Evil Leaper (episode)]]
 
 
[[Goodbye Norma Jean (episode)]]
 
 
[[The Leap Between The States (episode)]]
 
 
[[Category:Writers]]
 
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[[Category:Producers]]
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[[Category:1953 births]][[Category:Living people]]

Latest revision as of 08:55, 19 June 2019

Richard C. Okie
Richard C. Okie.jpg
Richard Okie has served as either a writer or producer for a total of 28 "QL" episodes in Seasons 4 & 5.
Personal Information
Gender: Male
Born: (1953-01-01) January 1, 1953 (age 69)
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
Career information
Occupation/
Career:
TV producer, director and screenwriter
Years active: 1984-present
Appears on/involved with: Quantum Leap (TV series)
Job on series Screenwriter/Producer

Richard C. Okie (born January 1, 1953) wrote or co-wrote a total of six episodes:of Quantum Leap in Seasons 4 and 5; he also served as a supervising producer in 22 episodes in the final two seasons. Richard, in addition to his work on QL, has, as a writer, a vast resume to his credits, as he has also directed and/or written episodes for such popular TV shows as Knight Rider, Dennis the Menace, Simon & Simon (he also served as a producer for the shows final 3 seasons), Earth: Final Conflict (he also produced 22 episodes), Major Dad (he also produced three episodes), and more recently the CBS-TV series Elementary, for which he also presently serves as a supervising producer.

Episodes written by Richard Okie[]

  1. "A Single Drop of Rain" (Season 4, wrote story and teleplay)
  2. "Leaping of The Shrew (episode)" (Season 5(
  3. "Star Light, Star Bright (episode)
  4. "Return of The Evil Leaper (episode)" (Season 5(
  5. "Goodbye Norma Jean (episode)" (Season 5)
  6. "The Leap Between The States (episode)" (Season 5)

External links[]