Gary Glasberg was an American TV writer as well as a producer who has recently died on Wednesday, 28th September of the year 2016 in Los Angeles, California, United States. He had served as the showrunner on a hit CBS series known as NCIS. Prior to that, Glasberg had been in the TV career since the 1990s. Additionally, he also helped CBS in 2014 to launch NCIS: New Orleans, the 2nd NCIS spin-off which stars Scott Bakula and is now in the third season.
Now, let’s find out some more information related to Glasberg’s bio that has been obtained from different sources. He was the native of New York City, United States of America. He came into this world in 1965 or 1966 which made him reach the age of 50 when he was dead.
According to the reports told by CBS to Variety, Gray died in his sleep. Under the guidance of Gary Glasberg since 2011, NCIS has become the most watched drama in the United States averaging 0.4 million viewers as well as a 3.1 rating in 18-49 demographic.
That show is currently in its 14th season. Apart from that, Gary started his career by working on the kid's shows such as Rugrats and Power Rangers. He had also written episodes of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
Talking about his personal life, Gray was married to his wife named Mimi Schmir who is a writer of Grey’s Anatomy and has also won the Primetime Emmy nomination as an executive producer in 2006. She wrote that show from the year 2005 till 2006.
In addition to that, his wife has also worked on the Shark, Party of Five, Touched by an Angel and Felicity. Besides, Gary also has two children, both sons together with his wife. he is now survived by his wife, two sons, father and a sister. Besides, to get more information regarding his bio and interview, we can view it on various sites.