William Link ( born William Link , December 15, 1933 ) is an American film and television actor, screenwriter, and producer. Born in the city of Philadelphia , he received a bachelor 's degree from the University of Pennsylvania . Spouse: Margery Nelson. In total, during his career he worked on 120 films in the genres of drama, crime, and detective. He is one of the creators of the television series Manniks (1967-1975), Colombo (1968-2003) and She wrote the murder (1984-1996).
|Birth name||William O. Link|
|Date of Birth||December 15, 1933 (85 years old)|
|Place of Birth||Philadelphia , PA, USA|
|Profession||screenwriter , producer|
Edgar Allan Poe Prize
In 1979, he received the Edgar Allan Poe Prize for his work on the Colombo series. His name is called the student theater on the university campus in Long Beach .