Terminally Ill 'Simpsons' Co-Creator to Donate Fortune

Sam Simon, 58, plans to give his royalties from "The Simpsons" to charity.
0:41 | 07/26/13

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One of the creative minds behind the Simpsons is terminally ill -- Sam Simon already knows he'll leave behind more than a legacy of laps. He's leaving his entire fortune to charity. Hollywood reporter says that 58 year old TV writer producer Simon. Let's give -- five to six months to live when doctors back in May diagnosed with colon cancer. Simon left that iconic animated TV show back in 1993 though he kept. An executive producer title which gives him tens of millions of dollars each year. Simons foundation has already helped -- and -- -- children and now he says when he passes those millions we'll all go to was favored charities.

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