Producer Leonard Goldberg died Wednesday after suffering injuries from a fall.
The producer died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in California after suffering injuries from a fall, a publicist confirmed.
Goldberg’s most recent project was executive producer on CBS’ “Blue Bloods,” he also served on CBS’ board of directors from 2007-2018. (RELATED: Comedian Rip Taylor Dies At 84 Years Old)
“I met Len 40 years ago on a show called ‘Charlie’s Angels,'” actress Jaclyn Smith said. “He was an important part of the richest years of my career. It was this shared history that became a wonderful friendship. I have the greatest respect for him not only professionally but more importantly as a loving family man. Len, you are now truly surrounded by angels.”
“Leonard Goldberg was a friend of mine for almost 50 years,” Producer David Geffen said in a statement. “He was a pioneer in broadcasting … he was talented, creative, inventive, warm and devoted to his family. He gave many people their first job in TV including Barry Diller and Michael Eisner. I will miss him.”