Merl Reagle (1950–2015)

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Merl Reagle was born on January 5, 1950 in Audubon, New Jersey, USA as Merl Harry Reagle. He is known for his work on Crosswits (1987), Couch Potatoes (1989) and Wordplay (2006). He was married to Marie Haley. He died on August 22, 2015 in Tampa, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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(age 65) in Tampa, Florida, USA

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Crosswits Writer
(1987)
Couch Potatoes Miscellaneous Crew
(1989)
Wordplay Himself
(2006)
The Simpsons Miscellaneous Crew
(2008)

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 2008 The Simpsons (TV Series) (crossword puzzles constucted by - 1 episode)
- Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words (2008) ... (crossword puzzles constucted by)
 1989 Couch Potatoes (TV Series) (research staff - 3 episodes)
- Mavericks vs Petries (1989) ... (research staff)
- Mannix vs Love Connection (1989) ... (research staff)
- Brady Boys vs. Romper Room (1989) ... (research staff)
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 1987 Crosswits (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Episode #2.1 (1987)
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 1989 Couch Potatoes (TV Series) (editorial staff - 1 episode)
- Bosom Buds vs. Mod Squad (1989) ... (editorial staff)
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 2008 The Simpsons (TV Series)
Himself
- Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words (2008) ... Himself (voice)
 2006 Wordplay (Documentary)
Himself

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Self-syndicates his crossword puzzles, which appear in 12 papers, including The San Francisco Chronicle, The Los Angeles Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Hartford Courant. He makes six figures a year by leveraging his name and retaining the rights to his puzzles, which he resells in book form under his own imprint, PuzzleWorks. See more »

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