Julie Bean

Television writer for CW's 'The Game'

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Television writer back for her second season on CW's The Game, she is one of four white writers of a staff of ten on this 'urban' (a euphemism for 'black') comedy

Julie Bean on KCRW

White Writer, Black Show; Writers Guild (Lack of) Diversity Report

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