One of the greatest televisions shows of all times has just lost an iconic family member. The "Golden Girls" entertained fans for decades thanks to the help of Paul Junger, a legendary producer.
Sadly, Paul has passed away after a long battle with cancer. He was 77 years old at the time of his death. Please join us in praying for his family during this tough time.
Paul started his career in show business by working in the mailroom at Columbia Pictures. He worked his way up the ranks and eventually became a producer for some super famous television shows, including the "Golden Girls" and others.
Witt was behind such hit TV shows as “The Partridge Family,” “Golden Girls,” “Here Come the Brides,” “Soap,” “Benson,” “Empty Nest,” “Blossom” and the original “Beauty and the Beast.” In addition to his TV work, Witt was also a producer of features “Dead Poets Society” and “Insomnia,” both starring Robin Williams, “Three Kings,” and critically praised “A Better Life,” along with made for TV movie “Brian’s Song," reported Page Six.
In his later years, Paul served on the USC School of Cinematic Arts Board of Councilors and the University of Virginia Council of the Arts. He is survived by his wife and their five children.
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