Currently alive, at 73 years of age.
1943 – Born on the 16th of December in New York City into a Serbian family. US television producer and screenwriter.
– He was educated in Manhattan at the high school of Music and Art.
1961 – Enrolled at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh to study playwriting and theater.
1966 – Graduated with a BFA in Theater, having also had an MCA Writing Fellowship.
– Worked for Universal Studios as a writer and then story editor on Ironside, Columbo.
1968 – He wrote the screenplay for the TV movie The Counterfeit Killer.
1972-1973 – Worked on Silent Running and Double Indemnity.
1978 – He left Universal to go to MTM Enterprises.
1981-1987 – Achieved major success for NBC with the police drama Hill Street Blues.
1983 – Fired from MTM following the failure of Bay City Blues baseball project.
1986-1994 – Bochco moved to Twentieth Century Fox where he made as creator and executive producer, L.A. Law.
1987 – Created the half-hour dramedy Hooperman that starred John Ritter and lasted two seasons.
1989-1993 – He was the executive-producer Doogie Howser, M.D.
1990 – Produced musical flop Cop Rock, which combined straight police drama with live-action Broadway singing and dancing.
2005-2006 – He took charge of "Commander in Chief", which was the creation of Rod Lurie and brought in a new writing team.
2006 – He left the show because of conflicts with ABC.