TV writer Caulfield dies

Thomas Caulfield, a veteran TV writer, died of complications from a heart
attack April 11 at Brotman Medical Center in Los Angeles.

He began as a staff writer for Universal Television on such shows as Thriller
(1960-1962) and Tales of Wells Fargo (1957-1962), both on NBC.

He also wrote and produced documentaries for radio and, later, TV, where they
continue to run on such cable networks as A&E Network and The History Channel.

More recently he was senior executive copy editor for
online entertainment news service WireImage (
), cofounded by his son, Michael.

He is survived by two sons and a