STANLEY & BARRY LIVINGSTON ARRIVE AT THE
DIRECTOR'S SERIES EVENT
JANUARY 17th, 2013
The Egyptian Theater - Hollywood, CA
BROADWAY BLOG SPOT INTERVIEW
Discusses his 55 year long career
and his latest project,
Actor's Journey Project
STANLEY & BARRY LIVINGSTON HONOR WILLIAM FRAWLEY
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences - 2012 Hall of Fame Awards
(for more information and event photos)
MY THREE SONS
STANLEY LIVINGSTON, can already boast a career of fifty-seven
in the entertainment industry - including a phenomenal twelve
year run as "CHIP DOUGLAS" on
one of television's most popular
and durable series, MY THREE SONS. The series is television's
second-longest running situation-comedy and has been broadcast
continuously for 50
years! The show debuted in 1960 and ran
through 1972. A total of 380 episodes were produced.
Following its prime time run, "My Three Sons" immediately went
syndication where it aired daily for the next thirteen years.
In 1985, NICKELODEON began airing the
vintage black and white
episodes of "My Three Sons" several times a day. The show became
a smash hit with
a whole new younger generation. "My Three Sons"
helped launch the TV LAND Network
in 1995. "My Three Sons" has
also aired on THE FAMILY CHANNEL, THE FAMILY NET
as well as HALLMARK'S - THE ODYSSEY CHANNEL.
Three Sons" is also seen internationally in Japan, Australia,
New Zealand and in many countries in Europe.
"My Three Sons" currently airs daily on the ME-TV NETWORK.
(May 2012 Issue)
Weekdays at 7:00 AM
LIVINGSTON - "THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING
Brother, Barry Livingston (who played "Ernie"
on MY THREE SONS), has written a biography. The
book is titled "THE
IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNIE".
It is published by Kensington Press / Citadel Books.
The Book is available in bookstores as well as Amazon,
Barnes & Noble and Kensington
Barry Livingston - William Frawley - Stanley Livingston
Barry Livingston - Don Grady - Stanley Livingston
MR. LIVINGSTON'S career began at the tender age of four when he performed with an underwater swim group called the "WATER
BABIES". The Water Babies appeared on YOU ASKED FOR IT, a popular television show back in the early 1950's, and inspired
articles in VOGUE and McCALLS magazines. MR. LIVINGSTON turned actor at age five appearing as a neighborhood kid on THE ADVENTURES
OF OZZIE AND HARRIET. Stan was seen as a semi-regular on the show for four seasons, until 1960, when he began his role of
"Chip" on MY THREE SONS.
MR. LIVINGSTON'S career blossomed in the area of theatrical motion pictures
as well. Stan has appeared in ten feature films including Leo McCary's RALLY 'ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS, with Paul Newman and Joanne
Woodward; THE BONNIE PARKER STORY, with Dorothy Provine; PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DASIES, with Doris Day and David Niven; X-15,
with Charles Bronson and Mary Tyler Moore; HOW THE WEST WAS WON (the last Cinerama movie ever made), with Debbie Reynolds
and George Peppard; PRIVATE PARTS (the Paul Bartel cult classic); HOTWIRE, with James Keach and ATTACK OF THE 60 FOOT CENTERFOLD.
MR. LIVINGSTON has also appeared in several Television movies including SARGE - THE BADGE OR THE CROSS, with George
Kennedy and LUCAS TANNER, with David Hartmann. TV Specials include the MY THREE SONS SPECIAL, THE AMERICAN YEARBOOK, OUR TIME,
THE FABULOUS 50'S, CBS - 50th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL and A&E Channel's CHILD STARS: OUR STORY.
is also a veteran of the Stage, having starred in such plays as
SEE HOW THEY RUN, MISCHIEF, LITTLE WHITE LIES and THE NERD.
Movie Clip Compilation
"IN THE PICTURE"
THE FIRST 3-STRIP 35mm CINERAMA PROCESS
IN 50 YEARS !
PRODUCED by STANLEY LIVINGSTON
BEHIND THE CAMERA
Stan's other activities are behind the camera. He has written, produced and
directed numerous commercials, music videos, and PBS-type educational programming as well as serving as 2nd Unit Director
on two feature films, THE AFTERMATH and EMPIRE OF THE DARK. Stan also co-authored the screenplay for THE AFTERMATH, the film
of which is now in release on video. Stan also wrote the Pilot episode for a TV series called LA ROCKS! (He was also one of
the segment Directors). The Pilot starred Sherman Hemsley (formerly "GEORGE JEFFERSON" on THE JEFFERSONS).
Stan branched out into writing for the stage. He wrote the musical DORIAN, which was produced at the Estelle Harman Theater
in Los Angeles. One of the stars of the musical was Stan's real-life and television brother, Barry Livingston ("ERNIE"
of My Three Sons fame). Stan also produced, "Hey, Ma... ", a major one-woman show starring New York Theater veteran,
Kaye Ballard. The show was presented at the prestigious Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles.
A Freelance Director,
Stan recently completed directing all 20 Episodes of a brand new Children's television series, "CORY THE CLOWN"
for FUNNY PRODUCTIONS at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. The Series is now in post-production.
Sherman Hemsley &
Mr. Livingston is head of FIRST
TEAM PRODUCTIONS, a Los Angeles based Production Company. The Company recently finished production on the Feature
Film, "CHECKERS". Mr. Livingston served as the movie's Producer. The feature was shot in the Los Angeles area. |
LOG LINE: "Dad's here... Your Move"
PRODUCED by STANLEY LIVINGSTON