Leslie Bohem

Leslie "Les" Bohem (born 1951) is an American screenwriter and television writer.[1] He is the son of screenwriter Endre Bohem.

Leslie Bohem
Born
Leslie Karoly Bohem

(1951-09-25) September 25, 1951
OccupationScreenwriter, producer
Parent(s)Endre Bohem

Biography

Bohem played bass in the 1980s with the pop groups Sparks and Gleaming Spires.

Bohem's writing credits include the miniseries Taken and the films Dante's Peak, Twenty Bucks (with his father), Daylight, and The Alamo (the latter was a notoriously troubled production, and was a massive box office bomb, losing the studio over $146 million.).[2] He also wrote the storybook of the Steven Spielberg produced mini-series Nine Lives.[3]

Bohem wrote on the science-fiction television series Extant, executive produced by Spielberg and created the series Shut Eye, airing on the streaming service Hulu. It was given a straight-to-series 10-episode order. All ten episodes became available on December 7, 2016.[4] A second season was ordered on March 20, 2017[5] which was released on December 6, 2017.

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