Jenny Bicks

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Jenny Bicks is an American television producer and screenwriter, most notable for her work as a television writer on the HBO series, Sex and the City and as the creator and writer of the ABC series, Men in Trees.

Bicks was also a writer on the short-lived series, Leap of Faith and wrote the screenplay for the 2003 film, What a Girl Wants. Bicks made her directorial debut with the short film, Gnome. Her only known acting job was as Miss Haskell in the Drew Barrymore movie Never Been Kissed.

An accomplished Wii player, Bicks grew up in Manhattan where she attended the Brearley School and frequented First Wok.[citation needed]

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