Dominic Orlando, Playwright and writer for 'the OA' and 'The Mindhunter' Dies at 57
Dominic Orlando, a television writer and playwright, died on Nov. 17, due to cancer complications on the 17th of Nov, his family and the CAA announced. He was 57.
Orlando was born in Brooklyn in 1963 when he was a student of the arts in New York and moved to Minneapolis in 1992, where er founded the New Year's Company, which aims to explore the vast mythological and spiritual stories of America. After New year'd, if his father was an artist, the company continued to flourish as 'the works of mr.
Orlando moved to Los Angeles Eventually, where he pursued his career in television and wrote for the Amazon series Them, Outer Range, Forever and Nightflyers - a series based on George R. Martins work.
Orlando's family said that the writer died doing what he loved most, as a preparation for the first day of the TV writers room hours before his death. He survived by his mother Lillian, brothers John and Steven and his wife Sara, besides his niece, nephews and cousins.
If you want to donate money to the Dominic Orlando Fund, which is created by friends and the Playwrights Center, the proceeds will help writers who are unique in the arts.