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Michael Allen Conley

  • Birthplace: Washington, D.C.
Date of passing: 
April 12, 2018

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Michael Allen Conley was an American television director, producer and editor.

Conley attended the University of Southern California, where he worked for radio station KUSC.

In the early 1960s, Conley worked on the KTLA News in Los Angeles, quickly moving from production assistant to assistant director to director. For a brief period, he worked for KTLA and Los Angeles-based KTTV at the same time.

Conley left KTLA in the 1970s to produce and direct the Reverend Robert Schuller’s Hour of Power program.

Michael Allen Conley was an American television director, producer and editor.

Conley attended the University of Southern California, where he worked for radio station KUSC.

In the early 1960s, Conley worked on the KTLA News in Los Angeles, quickly moving from production assistant to assistant director to director. For a brief period, he worked for KTLA and Los Angeles-based KTTV at the same time.

Conley left KTLA in the 1970s to produce and direct the Reverend Robert Schuller’s Hour of Power program.

Conley then produced and directed the faux reality series Crisis Counselor on the Cable Health Network, which eventually became Lifetime. After that, he began a long postproduction career editing with LaserPacific. Among the shows Conley worked on: Blossom, The Golden Girls, Empty Nest, Matlock and Freddy’s Nightmares.

He also did editing work for Walt Disney Imagineering for park attractions Soaring Over California and Body Wars.

Conley died April 12, 2018, in Los Angeles, California. He was 73.



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