Lorraine Sevre Richmond, director, 61

TV vet was a script supervisor for 30 years

Lorraine Sevre Richmond, a script supervisor and director, died of cancer on June 21 in Sherman Oaks. She was 61.

Richmond began her career in 1964 as a typist at CBS. As a script supervisor for nearly 30 years, she worked on such television shows as “Maude,” “Love, Sidney,” “Gimme A Break,” “Dear John” and “Ellen.” She also directed several episodes of “Ellen” with Ellen DeGeneres.

She is survived by her husband, writer Bill Richmond, and a sister.

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