Patricia Breen

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Patricia Breen
Born United States
Occupation Television writer, producer
Years active 2002–present

Patricia Breen is an American television writer and producer, who has worked on a range of shows including Frasier and the acclaimed HBO polygamy drama Big Love.

Career[edit]

Breen began her writing career on the tenth season of Frasier. She worked as a story editor on the eleventh and final season while also contributing two scripts. In 2006 she wrote a pilot script for ABC called Pink Collar starring Alicia Silverstone. The pilot was not successful in securing a series order. In 2009 she joined the writing staff of Big Love for its third season. She was a co-producer in season four and a producer in its fifth and final season. She contributed one script each season.[1]

Television episodes by Breen[edit]

Frasier[edit]

  • We Two Kings (10.10)
  • Some Assembly Required (10.19)
  • Sea Bea Jeebies (11.10)
  • Frasier-Lite (11.12)

Big Love[edit]

  • Fight of Flight (3.7)
  • Next Ticket Out (4.8)
  • The Special Relationship (5.5)

Suburgatory[edit]

  • Don’t Call Me Shirley (1.4)
  • The Nutcracker (1.9)
  • The Body (1.14)
  • Entering Eden (1.19)
  • Black Thai (2.8)
  • T-Ball & Sympathy (2.14)
  • Brown Trembler (2.18)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Patricia Breen from Big Love". Film.com. Retrieved January 22, 2011. 

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