|Born||1961/1962 (age 52–53)|
|Television||China Beach, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Battlestar Galactica|
Her work as screenwriter and producer was cited when the 2005 season of Battlestar Galactica received a Peabody Award for "plotlines that are deeply personal and relatable, while never compromising their affinity and passion for science fiction."
Toni Graphia left the Battlestar Galactica writer's room after Season 2, due to unknown circumstances. By the next television season, she was working as a co-executive producer on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
- China Beach (1989-1990), writer
- Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993—1995), writer
- VR.5 (1995), writer
- Orleans (1997), co-executive producer and writer
- Texarkana (1998), co-executive producer and writer
- Roswell (2000—2001), consulting producer and writer
- Carnivàle (2003), writer
- Battlestar Galactica (2004—2006), co-executive producer and writer
- Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008—2009), co-executive producer
- Mercy (2009-2010), writer
- The Cape (2011), co-executive producer
- Alcatraz (TV series) (2012), co-executive producer
- Outlander (TV series) (2014), writer
- Sharon Bernstein (February 18, 1990). "The Women of TV's Vietnam : Females on front lines of Tour of Duty and China Beach wage battle against male-dominated network TV". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2011-10-18. "The youngest woman on the two shows—28-year-old Toni Graphia of China Beach—went from opening fan mail to selling scripts in just a few years under a Writers Guild apprenticeship program."
- "Battlestar Galactica (Sci Fi)". Peabody Awards. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. 2005. Retrieved 2011-10-18. "Writers Ronald D. Moore, Toni Graphia, David Weddle, Bradley Thompson, Carla Robinson, Jeff Vlaming, Michael Angeli, and David Eick take full advantage to give us plotlines that are deeply personal and relatable, while never compromising their affinity and passion for science fiction. Moore, Graphia, and Eick are the executive producers."
- The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946-Present. Ballantine Books. 2003. p. 892. ISBN 0-345-45542-8.
- Sarah Warn (March 3, 2006). "Best. Lesbian. Week. Ever.". AfterEllen.com. Retrieved 2008-05-09.
- Greg Hernandez (February 24, 2006). "Mixed results for TV shows with characters who are gay". Los Angeles Daily News. Monterey Herald. Archived from the original on 2006-05-30. Retrieved 2011-10-18. "For Graphia, participating in the WGA panel was the first time she had been out in such a public way. She received a prolonged ovation from the audience for taking that step Tuesday night and had only just begun to think about what impact it might have.'I'm not out, so when they asked me, my first response was, how did you get my name?' she said. 'My friends said, 'This is the year to be gay with Brokeback Mountain and all. If you were ever going to do it, now is the time. If you invite me back next year, I'll be able to tell you if I was discriminated against.'"
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