Harve Brosten
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Personal Information
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Years active: 1971-1977
Character/Series involvement
Series: All in the Family
Episodes appeared in
(and/or) involved with:
3 in Seasons 5-8
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Harve Brosten (born May 15, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois)[1] is an American Emmy Award-winning screenwriter for television. Harve is best known for work on All in the Family, a sitcom from the mid-1970s, of which he wrote three episodes, "Where's Archie?" and "Edith's Friend", both in Season 5, and then "Cousin Liz" in Season 8.


  • All in the Family (TV series) 1975-1977
  • The Jeffersons (TV series) 1975
  • Romance, Romance (produced for the Broadway stage by)
  • Shamus (assistant to director, assistant to producer) 1973
  • The Anderson Tapes (assistant to producer)1971

Awards and nominations

  • 1978: - Won - All in the Family - Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, with Bob Weiskopf, Barry Michael Harman, and Bob Schiller
  • 1988: - Nominated - for Tony Award for Best Musical - Romance/Romance, with Dasha Epstein & Jay S. Bulmash


External links

IMDb logo Harve Brosten at the Internet Movie Database