Larry Einhorn (Lawrence M Einhorn) is the late father of television director and cinematographer – Randall Einhorn. Larry’s son directed 15 episodes of The Office TV series, including the Cover-Up episode, where the credits open with “In Memory of Larry Einhorn”.
Larry Einhorn passed away on April 20, 2010. The Cover-Up episode with “In Memory of Larry Einhorn” was released May 6, 2010 – two weeks after Larry Einhorn death. Out of condolences for Randall, they dedicated this episode to his father.
Larry Einhorn obituary was published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on April 22, 2010. Graveside services were held at Rest Haven Memorial Park, Evendale, Ohio on April 25, 2010. In lieu of flowers, remembrances could be made to the Adoption Fund of Jewish Family Service or to Hospice of Cincinnati.
Larry Einhorn Wiki
Larry Einhorn was born in 1936 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and lived in Ohio throughout his life. He was born to Frieda and Sam Einhorn, and was the brother of Shirley Bederman and Betty Mayersohn (an art consultant, an activist in free in Soviet Jews).
Larry was married to Bonnie Einhorn (nee Bonita Bain). The two met when Bonnie was a graduate of Miami High School, and was attending the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla. Larry was a student at the University of Cincinnati, College of Business Administration, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu. Larry and Bonnie got engaged in May 1955 and got married soon after; they had two children together – Randall and Marci. Larry and Bonnie were very socially charitable people – for example, they were donors of Lewy Body Dementia Association in 2006.
For 31 years, Bonnie and Larry Einhorn lived in a bi-level home in Finneytown, Ohio. They sold their home in 2005. In 2006, Bonnie and Larry, both 70, moved into a multi-family construction – a condo at the Maples of Twenty Mile Farm, in Deerfield Township.
Larry Einhorn passed away on April 20, 2010, at the age of 74. He died of complications from COPD.
Who was Larry Einhorn?
There’s some confusion on the Internet about who the late Larry Einhorn was. Was he Dr. Lawrence Einhorn – an oncologist, who pioneered the development of treatment for testicular cancer and whose patients include Lance Armstrong? Or was he the Hollywood producer and director Lawrence Einhorn?
Larry Einhorn mentioned in the credits of The Office episode is neither Dr. Larry Einhorn nor the producer Lawrence Einhorn. Larry Einhorn, MD – a professor of medicine at Indiana University, whose work increased the survival rate in tesicular cancer field to 95% from 10% is not dead. The LA producer and director Lawrence Einhorn is also alive and well.
The credits of The Office refer to the death of Randall Einhorn’s father Lawrence Einhorn. The late Larry Einhorn held different managerial positions in Cincinnati throughout his life – for example, he was was the manager of the C’lauM Loan Office in 1957 and in 1965 he was a sportswear store’s assistant manager. Larry’s jobs may have had an influence on Randall’s interpretation of The Office.
The Office comedy series aired on NBC from 2005 to 2013. It is an American adaptation of the UK series of the same name. It was adapted by Greg Daniels, in association with Universal Television. The Office features Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, B. J. Novak, Ed Helms, and James Spader on the main cast.
Larry Einhorn’s son, Randall Einhorn
Larry Einhorn’s son, Randall Einhorn was born in 1963 in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1982 Randall graduated from Finneytown High School. He started his career making River rafting videos in Queensland, Australia.
Randall is an American television director and cinematographer, best known for his work on The Office. Randall is the most frequent director of The Office, with 15 credited episodes. He served as the cinematographer to his episodes as well.
Randall is also known for directing episodes of Survivor and allowing the show to have the feel of an actual documentary. He also directed The Accountants, a spin-off of The Office, episodes of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and all but 3 episodes of Wilfred. Einhorn was nominated for 2 Emmy Awards.