Stan Hart

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Stan Hart (September 12, 1928 – July 27, 2017[1]) was an American comedy writer with many television credits. His work also appeared for decades in Mad magazine.[1] He was closely associated with another MAD writer, Larry Siegel;[1] though the two wrote separately for the magazine, both contributed to the off-Broadway musical The Mad Show,[1] and later to The Carol Burnett Show [1] (for which they won multiple Emmy Awards).

Hart retired and volunteered his time as a writing consultant with a performing arts school in Westchester County called the Youth Theatre Interactions, Inc. Hart died on July 27, 2017.[2]



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