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Henry Bromell, a veteran TV writer and producer with a lengthy list of credits, has died at age 66. He had most recently worked on Showtime’s Homeland as a member of the Emmy-winning team of writers for the hit show’s first season.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bromell suffered a heart attack. He had been recently preparing a team of writers for Homeland’s third season. He recently hired James Yoshimura, who worked with Bromell on Homicide: Life on the Streets.
In a statement to the media, Fox21, which produced Homeland, expressed its condolences to his family.
“We were lucky to work with Henry on and off for the past 18 years,” Fox21 said, reports Deadline. “He was a supremely talented writer and as kind and warm a person as you could ever meet. He will be deeply missed at the studio and on Homeland. Our hearts and prayers go out to his wife and children.”
He is survived by his wife, Sarah, and their two sons, including a four-year-old.
Bromell’s long list of credits include acclaimed shows like Northern Exposure, Chicago Hope, Homicide: Life on a Street, Brotherhood, Rubicon and Carnivale.