Sam Bobrick

Sam Bobrick has written and co-written over forty plays, most of them performed throughout the world, which include: Norman, Is That You?, Murder at the Howard Johnson’s, Weekend Comedy, Remember Me?, Death in England, Passengers, Are You Sure?, Baggage, Getting Sara Married, The Spider or the Fly, and - without William Shakespeare’s blessing - Hamlet II (Better Than The Original).

Twenty-one of his plays have been published by Samuel French. In 2011, Sam Bobrick won the Mystery Writers of America “Edgar” Award for his play, The Psychic. Some of his television credits include The Andy Griffith Show, Get Smart, The Smothers Brothers Show, Bewitched, and numerous musical variety shows. Sam Bobrick also created the teenage hit series Saved By The Bell.

Also a songwriter, his work has been recorded by Elvis Presley, Brian Ferry, and Los Lobos. Sam Bobrick is a member of the Dramatists Guild, as well as the Writers Guild of America. A native of Chicago, he graduated from the University of Illinois. He is married to writer Julie Stein, with whom he has co-written several plays.