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Maurice Hurley
Miami Vice Writer
Born
August 16, 1939, Boston, Massachusetts
Died
February 24, 2015 (age 75)
Active
1981-2005
Spouse(s)/Children
Adrienne St. John Geer (?-1972, divorced, 3 children)
Geraldine Garret (1972-2015, his death, one child)


Maurice Edward Hurley (August 16, 1939 - February 24, 2015) was a screenwriter for multiple TV series. He wrote the Miami Vice episodes "No Exit" (teleplay), "Golden Triangle (Part I)" (teleplay), "Golden Triangle (Part II)", "Whatever Works", and "The Dutch Oven".

Hurley has also written for and produced the following series:

  • Firebird 2015 AD (movie, 1981)
  • The Equalizer (9 episodes, 1985-86)
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation (wrote 12 episodes & was co-executive producer for 30 episodes, 1987-92, created the "Borg" character)
  • Pointman (1995, executive producer, series created by Joel Surnow)
  • Baywatch Nights (executive producer, 1996-97)
  • La Femme Nikita (6 episodes, writer, 1997-99)
  • Baywatch (executive producer, 1999-2000)
  • The Proposal (movie, 2001)
  • 24 (2 episodes, 2002-03)
  • Conquest (2005)

DeathEdit

Hurley died on February 24, 2015, at the age of 75. His death was announced by former Star Trek: TNG producer Rick Berman. He was married twice; to Adrienne St. John Geer until their 1972 divorce (3 children), then married Geraldine Garret from 1972 until his death (1 child).

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