Awards & Winners

Sam Bobrick

Date of Birth 24-July-1932
Place of Birth Chicago
(Illinois, United States of America, Chicago metropolitan area, Area code 872)
Nationality United States of America
Profession Screenwriter, Playwright, Author, Lyricist, Songwriter, Composer
Sam Bobrick is an American author, playwright, television writer, and lyricist. After a three year, nine months and twenty seven day stint in the U.S. Air Force, Bobrick attended the University of Illinois where he graduated with a degree in Journalism. He began his career writing for the popular children's show Captain Kangaroo. He also wrote for such shows as The Andy Griffith Show, Bewitched, The Flintstones, Get Smart, The Kraft Music Hall, and The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. He created the short-lived syndicated TV series Good Morning, Miss Bliss, which was resurrected by NBC as the long-running hit show Saved By The Bell. He has won three Writers Guild of America Awards for his television work and was nominated for an Emmy. He has also written several movies and later quit writing for film and television in 1990. Bobrick has written more than 30 plays to date. His first play, Norman, Is That You?, which he co-wrote with Ron Clark, opened on Broadway in the early 1970s. The play ran for five years in Paris and has played in over thirty countries around the world. Bobrick and Clark collaborated on three more Broadway plays, No Hard Feelings, Murder at the Howard Johnson's, and Wally's Cafe.

Awards by Sam Bobrick

Check all the awards nominated and won by Sam Bobrick.


Edgar Award for Best Play
Honored for : The Psychic

Nominations 2011 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Edgar Award for Best Play The Psychic


Nominations 1968 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing Achievement In Music Or Variety The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour