Allison Grodner

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Allison Grodner is an American award-winning director, producer and writer, who has worked in documentary and reality-based programming for the past fifteen years. She is best known for her work on the American version of the reality TV show Big Brother.[1] She is an executive producer of Big Brother and Big Brother: After Dark. Grodner is also executive producer of She's Got the Look on TV LAND[2] and of the CW reality series Plain Jane.[3]

Grodner won Emmy Awards in 1999 and 2001 for Outstanding Children's Program for The Teen Files, shared with Arnold Shapiro.[4]