Janet Iacobuzio

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Janet Iacobuzio (born January 2, 1962) is an American television soap opera writer.

Positions held[edit]

All My Children

  • Associate head writer: 1993–1994 (hired by Megan McTavish), 2001–2003
  • Script writer: 2000–2001

Another World

  • Associate head writer: 1994–1995
  • Script writer: 1989–1992 (hired by Donna M. Swajeski)

As the World Turns

  • Associate head writer: 1996; June 9, 2010 – September 17, 2010
  • Script writer: October 5, 2009 – June 8, 2010

Days of Our Lives

  • Script writer: March 21, 2011 – February 15, 2012; August 17, 2012 – August 5, 2015

General Hospital

  • Breakdown writer: January 17, 2012 – February 21, 2012, December 4, 2015 – July 12, 2016
  • Co-head writer: May 1997 – December 5, 1997
  • Associate head writer: 1997, 1998
  • Script Writer: July 12, 2016 – December 2016

One Life to Live

  • Script editor: May 15–25, 2009
  • Associate head writer: February 24, 2005 – February 22, 2008; May 2, 2008 – August 17, 2009; September 16–17, 2009

Sunset Beach

  • Script writer: 1998–1999

Awards and nominations[edit]

Daytime Emmy Award

  • Win, 2012, Best Writing, Days of Our Lives
  • Win, 2008, Best Writing, One Life to Live
  • Nomination, 2006, Best Writing, One Life to Live
  • Nomination, 2001–2004, Best Writing, All My Children
  • Nomination, 1997 & 1998, Best Writing, General Hospital
  • Nomination, 1996, Best Writing, Another World

Writers Guild of America Award

  • Nomination, 2009, Best Writing, "One Life to Live"
  • Nomination, 2005, Best Writing, One Life to Live
  • Win, 2000, 2001, 2003, Best Writing, All My Children
  • Nomination, 1998, Best Writing, General Hospital
  • Win, 1997, Best Writing, General Hospital
  • Nomination, 1994 & 1995, Best Writing, Another World
  • Nomination, 1993, Best Writing, All My Children

Head writer tenures[edit]

Preceded by
Richard Culliton
Karen Harris
Head Writer of General Hospital (with Christopher Whitesell)
May - December 5, 1997
Succeeded by
Robert Guza Jr.

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