Nathan Louis Jackson: Writer for Theater and TV

From a New York Times obit by Richard Sandomir headlined “Nathan Louis Jackson, Writer f0r Theater and TV, Dies at 44”:

Nathan Louis Jackson, an acclaimed playwright who grappled with serious issues like the death penalty, homophobia and gun violence — and was also known for his work on television shows like “Luke Cage,” a Netflix series about a Black superhero — died at his home in Lenexa, Kan., a suburb of Kansas City.

His wife, Megan Mascorro-Jackson, said that she did not know the cause, but that Mr. Jackson had had cardiac problems over the past few years, including an aortic dissection and an aortic aneurysm.