A former president of Walt Disney Television – and an Emmy Winning Producer – Bill Brademan, has died at age 87, Variety reports.
Brademan passed away at his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif., Variety says.
“Brademan led Disney Television in the 1980s after working at ABC and 20th Century Fox TV, where he served as vice president of development at both networks” the story says, noting, “Earlier in his career, he was also vice president at MCA and executive vice president of creative affairs at QM Productions…”
The story adds, “After leaving Disney, Brademan formed production company Brademan/Self Productions, which produced TV movies such as… ‘The Incident’ starring Walter Matthau. He won an Emmy for [‘The Incident’] in 1990 for best comedy/drama special.