Ken Levine MASH

Ken Levine has served as a writer for numerous TV series which include M*A*S*H, Cheers, Frasier and The Simpsons.

Ken Levine
(born February 14, 1950) is a writer, director and producer in the television and film industry. Levine has worked on a number of television series, including M*A*S*H, Cheers, Frasier, The Simpsons, Wings, Everybody Loves Raymond, Becker and Dharma and Greg. Along with his writing partner David Isaacs, he created the series Almost Perfect.

Levine was also the co-writer of the feature films Volunteers and Mannequin Two: On the Move.

Levine has also been a radio and TV play-by-play commentator for Major League Baseball games, having worked with the Baltimore Orioles (1991), Seattle Mariners (1992-94, 2011-Present), and San Diego Padres (1995-96). From 2008 to 2010, he co-hosted the KABC Dodger Talk radio call-in program after every Los Angeles Dodgers game, as well as the station's weekly Sunday Night Sports Final program. In 2011, he announced he would be returning to the Mariners part-time to help fill in for the deceased Dave Niehaus.

For several years in the 1970s, Levine was a disc jockey using the air name "Beaver Cleaver" on several West Coast Top 40 radio stations including KYA San Francisco, and KTNQ, KIQQ-FM and KHTZ in Los Angeles.

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