Krista Vernoff

Emmy-nominated TV writer and showrunner

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Krista Vernoff is an Emmy-nominated television writer and showrunner of Grey's Anatomy.

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'Grey's Anatomy' showrunner Krista Vernoff and writer Elisabeth Finch

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