Elaine Pope

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Elaine Pope
Born 1949
Manchester, England
Occupation Writer, film producer

Elaine Pope is a writer and film producer. Born in England, she was raised in Toronto, Canada. She began her career writing TV specials for Lily Tomlin and the HBO series Not Necessarily the News. She won an Emmy Award for co-writing the episode "The Fix-Up" of the TV series Seinfeld[1][2] and was the producer and co-writer for the 2004 remake of Alfie starring Jude Law. She is the sister of Canadian rock star Carole Pope.


  1. ^ "Variety.com". December 17, 2001. 
  2. ^ "Made in Atlantis". 

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