B efore moving to Los Angeles, Larry Mollin was a playwright and Artistic Director of Toronto, Canada’s Homemade Theatre, a seminal performance group of the 1970’s. Transitioning to Hollywood, he became a Writer for Prime-Time Television for over thirty years starting with ChiPs.
He’s best known for his work on "Beverly Hills 90210" for which he wrote and produced one-hundred twenty-eight hours from 1993-1998, the zenith of the show’s popularity. Larry returned to the theatre world in 2012 with a 1960’s trilogy of plays, produced in New York City, London, and summer stock on Cape Cod. He also is published poet and rock and roll lyricist. St. Malo is his first novel.