Glen A. Larson interviewed by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation

Nearly five hours of interview with Glen A. Larson, series creator of Knight Rider, has been made available for us to enjoy! On February 5th, 2009, Lee Goldberg interviewed Glen for the Archive of American Television, which is part of the group that does the Emmys. This amazing interview talks about Glen's early child hood and career up into this point, including Knight Rider. You can find the first hour embeded above, and the rest on the emmytvlegends.org website.

ABOUT THIS INTERVIEW In his Archive interview, producer/writer Glen A. Larson talks about his early years as member of the popular musical act The Four Preps. He discusses his transition to writing and production, culminating in series as It Takes a Thief, Battlestar Galactica, Quincy, M.E., Magnum P.I., and Knight Rider, among others. Glen A. Larson was interviewed in Woodland Hills, CA on February 5, 2009; Lee Goldberg conducted the four-and-a-half-hour interview.

Be sure to check out the forum thread, where Nick points out on which clips & time codes you can find Knight Rider related video.

[thanks to nick nugent for the alert!]

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