Nicholas Anthony "Tony" Geiss was an American producer, screenwriter, songwriter and author, known principally for his children's work.
|Born:||Nicholas Anthony Geiss, November 16, 1924, Bronx, New York City, U.S.|
|Died:||January 21, 2011, Manhattan, New York City, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Producer, screenwriter, songwriter, author|
|IMDb:||Tony Geiss's IMDb|
About Tony Geiss
Particularly remembered for his screenwriting and songwriting work on children's television shows and films, he made major contributions to both Sesame Street and The Land Before Time.
Tony Geiss Before Fame
He studied at Cornell University and briefly served in the United States Navy.
Achievement of Tony Geiss
He wrote the teleplay for a 1991 TV movie version of Beatrix Potter's The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
Tony Geiss Family Life
Born to Marjorie and Alexander Geiss, he spent his youth in New York City. He and his wife of six-decades, Phyllis Eisen, died just one year apart.
Associations of Tony Geiss
He was on the writing and production teams for the 1986 Steven Spielberg feature An American Tail.
Information related to Tony Geiss
- Sesame Street crew
- American lyricists