Facebook Twitter


Danny Arnold, a two-time Emmy Award winner and the co-creator of the hit TV show "Barney Miller," died Saturday at 70.

Arnold won his first Emmy for outstanding comedy series for his work on the 1969-70 season of "My World and Welcome to It." He won his second as executive producer of "Barney Miller" during its 1981-82 season.A film editor, actor, writer and producer, Arnold worked on several other shows, including "The Real McCoys."