Heather Conkie

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Heather Conkie is a veteran Canadian television writer and producer who began her career as an actress. She was featured in multiple children's shows in the 1980s on TVOntario beginning first with Polka Dot Door.

Her first screenwriting credit was for Beethoven Lives Upstairs (1992). She has subsequently worked extensively as a writer for numerous television series in Canada including Road to Avonlea, 7th Heaven, The Zack Files and Pit Pony, Dark Oracle and Heartland, as well as several made for television movies.

As an on-screen performer, she was the host of Report Canada and Music Box. She played two characters (the main character, and her landlady Agnes Peabody) in a music-education show called It's Mainly Music. She reprised the role of Agnes Peabody in a spin-off show called Dear Aunt Agnes.

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