She has also worked on other shows including thirtysomething and The Wonder Years.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Born in New York City, raised in Long Island. Graduated from Princeton University with a major in English and a concentration in creative writing. Won many poetry awards, including the Academy of American Poets Prize. Studied acting at The Circle in The Square Theatre School; joined the N.Y.U. Musical Theatre Program. Joined the "thirty-something" writing staff in 1989, writing 9 episodes during her 2 seasons. Married to actor Paul Dooley who played Chuck Wood. They have a daughter named Savannah, and live in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Toluca Lake.
Credits[edit | edit source]
Stage writing credits include "Serious Bizness," and "Birds of Paradise."
TV credits as story editor and writer for "thirtysomething."
Guest-role as Ms. Krzyzanowski in "My So-Called Life."