Gloria Calderón Kellett

writer, actress and producer

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Gloria Calderón Kellett is an American writer, actress and producer.

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TV writer-producer Gloria Calderón Kellett visited us on The Business before-- in 2017    she told us all about co-creating, with Mike Royce, a re-imagined version of Norman Lear’s…

Pilot season wisdom, via Twitter, from Gloria Calderón Kellett: “This is the gig.”

TV writer-producer Gloria Calderón Kellett visited us on The Business before-- in 2017  she told us all about co-creating, with Mike Royce, a re-imagined version of Norman Lear’s…

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The original Norman Lear sitcom One Day at a Time starred Bonnie Franklin as a newly single mother raising two teen-aged daughters in Indianapolis.

Gloria Calderón Kellett on 'One Day at a Time'

The original Norman Lear sitcom One Day at a Time starred Bonnie Franklin as a newly single mother raising two teen-aged daughters in Indianapolis.

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