Amy Lippman

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Amy Lippman
EducationHarvard University
Spouse(s)Rodman Flender
FamilyTimothée Chalamet (nephew)

Amy Lippman is an American television producer and writer. She is perhaps best known as the co-creator of Party of Five with her writing partner, Christopher Keyser. She is politically conscious as a donor to Democratic candidates and causes.[1] She also worked on the television series Sisters, In Treatment and the Party of Five spin-off Time of Your Life.


In 1985, Lippman graduated from Harvard University.[2]


Personal life[edit]

She is married to American actor, writer, director and producer Rodman Flender.[4]


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