Stan Daniels

Stan Daniels, who found great success in television as a co-creator of "Taxi" and a writer-producer of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," but who nursed a lifelong love of musical comedy, died of heart failure April 6, 2007, at his longtime home in Encino, CA, it was reported. He was 72. Mr. Daniels won eight Emmys for his work on TV, all for his work on the Moore show and "Taxi," sitcoms cherished by viewers for their intelligence, wit and sense of character.

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  • Death: Apr 6, 2007 in Encino, CA