Craig Carlson

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Craig Carlson is an American soap opera (Daytime television) writer and novelist.

Positions held[edit]

All My Children

  • Breakdown Writer (October 1997 - April 2002)

Another World

  • Co-Head Writer (August 1995 - May 1996; January 1997 - April 1997)
  • Breakdown Writer (1993 - August 1995; May 1996 - January 1997; April 1997 - October 1997)

Capitol

Guiding Light

  • Breakdown Writer (1995)

Loving

  • Script Writer (1992-1993)

One Life to Live

  • Co-Head Writer (1990-1991)
  • Breakdown Writer (1985-1990)
  • Script Writer (1982-1985)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Daytime Emmy Awards

  • NOMINATIONS: (1998- 2003; Best Writing; All My Children); (1994 & 1996; Best Writing; Another World); (1983, 1987, 1990, 1992; Best Writing; One Life to Live)
  • WIN: (1998; Best Writing; All My Children)

Writers Guild of America

  • WIN (1998, 2000 & 2001 Season; All My Children)
  • NOMINATAION (1999; All My Children); (1993-1995, 1997 Season; Another World); (1985 & 1986 Season; One Life to Live)
Preceded by
S. Michael Schnessel
Head Writer of One Life to Live (with Leah Laiman: September 1990 — May 1991)
September 1990-August 1991
Succeeded by
Michael Malone
Preceded by
Carolyn Culliton
Head Writer of Another World (with Tom King)
August 1995-May 1996
Succeeded by
Margaret DePriest
Preceded by
Margaret DePriest
Head Writer of Another World (with Tom King)
(with Elizabeth Page: January 1997 - March 1997)

January 1997-April 1997
Succeeded by
Michael Malone

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