Born July 18, 1914, Roy Huggins enjoyed a prolific career as a TV writer/producer, creating Maverick, 77 Sunset Strip, The
Fugitive and co-creating The Rockford Files with Stephen J. Cannell. Later in his career, he often took writing credit under
pseudonyms such as Thomas Fitzroy or John Thomas James. In 1994, he received the Golden Laurel Award from the Producers Guild
of America. Huggins, who was married to actress Adele Mara, passed away April 3, 2002 and he is survived by his five children.