'Lights of Zetar' Director Passes Away
<font color=yellow>Herbert Kenwith</font> died at his home on January 30th of complications from cancer. <p>As reported by <A class="link" HREF="http://www.variety.com">Variety</A>, veteran television director Kenwith passed away at the age of 90 in Los Angeles, of complications from prostate cancer.<p>Kenwith was the director of the third season original series episode <i>Lights of Zetar</i>, which aired in January of 1969. In addition to <i>Star Trek</i>, Kenwith worked on such shows as <i>Different Strokes</i>, <i>Facts of Life</i>, <i>One Day at a Time</i>, <i>Good Times</i> and <i>Sanford and Son</i>, among other shows.<p>A native of New Jersey, Kenwith began his career on Broadway, as an actor. He appeared in <i>I Remember Mama</i>, with <font color=yellow>Marlon Brando</font>. Kenwith spent six years producing and directing sixty-five plays for Princeton University's McCarter Theater, working with actors such as <font color=yellow>Mae West</font>, <font color=yellow>Lucille Ball</font>, <font color=yellow>Charlton Heston</font> and others.<p>Kenwith is survived by a niece and several nephews.<p>To read the article, head to the link located <A class="link" HREF="http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117981787.html?categoryId=25&cs=1">here</A>.<center></center>
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