Suzanne Martin

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Suzanne Martin
Born Suzanne Moore
Occupation Television producer and writer
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s) Jeff Martin
(1986-present; 2 children)

Suzanne Moore Martin is an American television producer and writer. She is best known for writing and producing work on Ellen, Frasier, Hot in Cleveland, and The Soul Man which she created.[1] She also created the television series Maybe It's Me and Hot Properties during the 2000s.

Early life and career[edit]

Suzanne was raised in Cumberland, Rhode Island and graduated from Cumberland High School. Before pursuing a career in television, Martin was a vice president in the New York office of Quinn, Brein & Block, a Los Angeles-based public relations concern, She later graduated from Barnard College. Her father, Robert R. Moore, was a claims supervisor for the American Mutual Insurance Company in Providence, Rhode Island, where her mother, Alice M. Moore, was the senior supervisor with the Rhode Island Department of Social Services.[2]

Her first foray in television was writing for the television series The Good Life. She went on to win two Emmy Awards as a part of a writing ensemble for Frasier.[3][4]

She is the creator of the award winning show Hot in Cleveland. She serves as an executive producer and writer for the show.

Personal life[edit]

She married television producer and writer Jeff Martin in 1986. They have since had two daughters.[2]

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