Winnie Holzman

Executive Producer, 'Huge'

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TV and Broadway writer: TV writer-producer of Thirty Something, Once and Again, and creator of My So-Called Life; author of the book for the musical, Wicked; Executive Producer of the ABC’s Huge; mother of fellow writer and television producer Savannah Dooley

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