Mostly Credited As: Bob Claver
Sometimes Credited As: Robert E. Claver
Date Of Birth: May 22, 1928 (Age 87)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Bob Claver got his professional start as a producer and writer in children’s television, most notably “Captain Kangaroo”. From there, his career took him to Hollywood, where he immediately started working with names such as Aaron Spelling, Inger Stevens, Jackie Cooper, and Ida Lupino. Bob has produced and directed hundreds of hours of classic television, including Here Come The Brides, Gidget, Mork & Mindy, Welcome Back Kotter, Getting Together, The Bob Newhart Show, Rhoda, Gloria, All's Fair, Doc, Out of This World, The Farmer’s Daughter, The Facts of Life, The Girl With Something Extra, The Dukes of Hazzard, Charles In Charge, Powers of Matthew Star, Automan, Small Wonder, Young Maverick, and countless others.