Harry Hirsh, president of the Los Angeles-based television prompting company Hilaro, died June 17 of heart failure at his home in Los Angeles. He was 60.
The company, formed in 1990, provides production services for the CBS TV series, “The Young and the Restless” and “The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn.”
A native of Los Angeles, Hirsh attended Loyola U. and the U. of Southern California where he received a degree in business administration.
In 1968 he helped found the company Cue Cards Inc., which provided production services for numerous TV series including “Donnie and Marie,” “The Love Connection,” “The Smothers Brothers,” “Sonny & Cher,” “The Glen Campbell Show,” “The Andy Williams Show,” “The Lawrence Welk Show” as well as various TV specials including the Academy Awards, the Grammy Awards and the American Music Awards.
He is survived by his wife, Alice; a son, Tim; his mother and three brothers.
In lieu of flowers, family is requesting checks be made out to the Timothy W. Hirsh College Scholarship Fund and sent to Larry Roslaw at Hilaro, 9200 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 103, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.