Diane Ruggiero

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Diane Ruggiero-Wright
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Diane Ruggiero-Wright at WonderCon 2015
Born Diane Ruggiero-Wright
(1970-12-03) December 3, 1970 (age 46)
Old Bridge, New Jersey, United States
Occupation Producer, screenwriter
Years active 2000–present

Diane Ruggiero-Wright /ˈrʒɪər/ is an American television writer and producer.[1][2][3][4][5] Her credits include That's Life, Veronica Mars,[6] Free Agents, Dirty Sexy Money, Big Shots, the Mythological X remake The Ex List and iZombie,[7] which she co-created with Rob Thomas.[8] With Thomas, she also co-wrote the script for the Veronica Mars film.[9]

Ruggiero is a native of Old Bridge Township, New Jersey.[10] While she was living in North Arlington, New Jersey, Ruggiero's writing talent was discovered by Mark St. Germain while she worked as a waitress at the Park and Orchard restaurant in East Rutherford, New Jersey.[10] She is close friends with Jed Seidel and Rob Thomas.[11]


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