David Graziano

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David Graziano
OccupationTelevision producer and writer
Years active1998–present

David Graziano is an American television writer, producer and award-winning playwright.[1] His career began when Acorn, one of his plays, was produced and performed at the Humana Festival in Louisville, Kentucky in 1998. After being interviewed on National Public Radio, he began writing on the J.J. Abrams television show Felicity.

Since then, he has written for numerous broadcast and cable dramatic television series, including In Plain Sight, Lie to Me, Southland, Terra Nova and What/If. In 2013, he wrote and produced the pilot Bloodline for NBC Studios.[2]


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