Lorin Salob, an assistant director, production manager and Emmy-winning producer with credits including The Getaway, Charlie's Angels, Tron and A Woman Named Jackie, has died. He was 77. Salob died October 23 in Staunton, Virginia, after a long battle with cardiac ALS, said his wife, Joan. Salob also served as a vice president in TV production at such companies as Disney, TriStar, New World and All American Television, home of Baywatch. Born on May 25, 1942, in New York City, Salob started out on Dick Clark's American Bandstand and at documentarian David L. Wolper's company before becoming involved in National Geographic specials and the documentary series The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau. Lorin was the executive in charge of production operations for the Euro-western 1990 TV series ‘The New Zorro’ starring Duncan Regher.