Rod Serling| birth_place = Syracuse, New York, U.S. | death_date = | death_place = Rochester, New York, U.S. | resting_place = Lake View Cemetery in Interlaken, New York, U.S. | occupation = Screenwriter, television producer, narrator | education = Bachelor of Arts in Literature | alma_mater = Antioch College | years_active = 1946–1975 | genre = Drama, speculative fiction, science fiction, horror fiction | subject = | movement = | notableworks = ''Patterns'', ''Requiem for a Heavyweight'', ''The Twilight Zone'', ''Seven Days in May'', ''Night Gallery'', ''Planet of the Apes'' | awards = Emmy, Hugo, Peabody, Golden Globe | spouse = | children = Jodi Serling
Anne Serling | relatives = Robert J. Serling (brother) | website = }}
Rodman Edward Serling (December 25, 1924 – June 28, 1975) was an American screenwriter, playwright, television producer, and narrator known for his live television dramas of the 1950s and his science-fiction anthology television series, ''The Twilight Zone''. Serling was active in politics, both on and off the screen, and helped form television industry standards. He was known as the "angry young man" of Hollywood, clashing with television executives and sponsors over a wide range of issues including censorship, racism, and war. Provided by Wikipedia
Seven days in May Warner Bros. Pictures ; Seven Arts Productions and Joel Productions, Inc. present ; screenplay by Rod Serling ; produced by Edward Lewis ; directed by John Franke...
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