Born in 1938 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, Joyce Burditt, also known as Joyce Rebeta-Burditt, was an American writer and network executive
She was known for creating the TV series Diagnosis: Murder, which ran for almost 200 episodes and TV movies.
Joyce Burditt was also a longtime writer and producer on such TV series as Perry Mason, Matlock, and the Father Dowling Mysteries.
She wrote a best-selling novel, The Cracker Factory, in 1977, about an alcoholic housewife, which is partly drawn from her own experience in and out of institutions.
It was made into an American TV movie of the same name. This was followed by the sequel, The Cracker Factory 2: Welcome to Women’s Group, in 2010.
Joyce wrote the humorous novel Triplets, in 1982, and the mystery novel Buck Naked, about a Los Angeles detective heroine, in 1998.
Joyce Rebeta-Burditt Husband: Who Was George Burditt?
Joyce Burditt married George Henry Burditt in 1957.
Burditt was an American television writer and producer who wrote sketches for television variety shows and other programs such as Three’s Company, for which he was also an executive producer in its last few seasons.
He was born on July 29, 1923, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, and died on June 25, 2013, in Burbank, California, United States.