April Kelly

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April Kelly (born April Kalinowski) is a television writer and producer, who co-created Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World with Michael Jacobs.

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She was a writer on the shows Happy Days and Mork & Mindy. She was a producer on Love, Sidney, 9 to 5, and Teachers Only. She wrote the TV movies I Still Dream of Jeannie, How to Murder a Millionaire and Your Mother Wears Combat Boots (under pseudonym Susan Hunter). She also co-created Boy Meets World, Girl Meets World and now is the co-executive producer for the first season. She also wrote for the TV series The Pursuit of Happiness and Becker. She was the supervising producer on Where I Live and Webster. She is also the author of Winged. She is also the author of Murder in One Take which she co-wrote with Marsha Lyons.

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