Carla Lane, English television writer, Died at 87

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Carla Lane died on May 31, 2016.

She was an English television writer.

Ms Lane was responsible for several successful sitcoms, including The Liver Birds (co-creator, 1969–78), Butterflies (1978–82), and Bread (1986–91).

Lane wrote short stories and radio scripts, in the 1960s.

Carla’s first successes came in collaboration with Myra Taylor, whom she had met at a writers’ workshop in Liverpool, before she embarked on a solo career.

In the past, Herself and Taylor often meet at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool city centre to write.

Apparently she said she used a pseudonym, Carla Lane, because of her modesty about revealing that she was a writer.

Lane died at Stapley nursing home in Liverpool.

Carla Lane passed away at 87 yrs old.

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