The acquisition of 'Surfer, Dude' underscores where this company is headedAnchor Bay buys rights to 'Surfer, Dude' May 13, 2008
He doesn't need warrants to burst into buildings, search cars, or peopleVideo game allows players to be rogue cops Sep 23, 2005
We suspect people on the Atkins diet and all these other groups that are encouraged to drink large volumes of fluid every day, that it may actually be deleteriousNot-thirsty water drinking caution urged Nov 26, 2004
We have now demonstrated electronic fuel injection heavy fuel engine performance on both of our Insitu unmanned aircraft, ScanEagle and IntegratorInsitu has successful test with Integrator Feb 03, 2010
Releasing this young actress's last film is both an honor and bittersweet. It was important to Anchor Bay that the timing of this release be right, because we're sensitive to such a tragic loss. However, we also recognize that Brittany's fans will want to see her amazing workAnchor Bay to release Murphy's last film Feb 11, 2010
Walter "Bill" Clark (born May 20, 1944) is a former New York Police Department first grade detective and an award-winning television writer and producer.
Born in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Clark grew up in Brooklyn, New York, in an area now known as Park Slope. He is a veteran NYPD Detective First Grade and television Writer and Executive Producer. Clark joined David Milch and Steven Bochco's NYPD Blue in the first season as technical consultant and continued to draw on his twenty-five years experience with New York undercover and homicide units to ensure that the series accurately and realistically portrayed the work of New York City detectives. He went on to win two Emmy Awards, and was also honored with a Writers Guild of America Award, a Peabody Award and two Humanitas Prize.
He is the father of two daughters, Natalie and Jennifer, and a stepdaughter Kristine. Clark and his wife Karen Clark, a former Lieutenant whom he met while working as a detective, live in both Saratoga Springs, New York and Los Angeles, California.