Terence Winter

writer and producer

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American writer and producer of television and film

Terence Winter on KCRW

In the new HBO series  Vinyl , Bobby Cannavale plays Richie Finestra, the drug-addled CEO of a major record label, trying to save his company in 1973, as massive changes were underway…

Terence Winter: Vinyl

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