According to www.emmys.com: "Cliff Gould was a writer and producer who worked extensively in television.
A native of Detroit, Gould got his start in radio and as an actor. In the 1950s he moved to Los Angeles, where he worked as a casting director for 20th Century Fox.
He began writing for television in the 1960s with episodes of the series Shotgun Slade and Rawhide, and went on to write for numerous others, including The Guns of Will Sonnett, Mod Squad, Medical Center, Bracken's World, Mannix, Cade's County, The Devlin Connection and Scarecrow and Mrs. King."