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Aron Abrams, writer and producer on TV comedies "Everybody Hates Chris" and "King of the Hill," died suddenly Saturday on the Big Island of Hawaii while on vacation. He was 50.
Alternating between adult-skewed animated series and live-action sitcoms, Abrams had recently signed a deal with CBS to write a half-hour comedy "Raising Men," based on an Esquire article, and was a consulting producer on Fox animated sitcom "Bob's Burgers," premiering in January.
His writing partner, Greg Thompson, described Abrams as a "walking compendium" of movie and TV show credits.
Nommed for a WGA award for "Everybody Hates …