Sherwood Schwartz, Creator of ‘Gilligan’s Island’ Dies at 94 [VIDEO]
Did you watch Gilligan’s Island or The Brady Bunch?
Sherwood Schwartz, the man who created The Brady Bunch and Gilligan’s Island, died Tuesday, July 12, of natural causes at the age of 94.
Schwartz and his son Lloyd J. Schwartz had been working together on an upcoming Warner Brother’s film adaptation of “Gilligan’s Island.”
Along with creating some of TV’s most memorable shows, Schwartz also wrote for Bob Hope, Red Skelton and Milton Berle.
He even co-wrote the theme song to Gilligan’s Island along with George Wyle. Schwartz also co-wrote The Brady Bunch theme with Frank DeVol. Two of the most enduring themes in TV history.
Schwartz received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was inducted as a member of the Television Hall of Fame in 2008.
We’ll still be singing your catchy TV theme songs for many years to come.