Judith Pinsker

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Judith Ann Pinsker (January 17, 1940, Kenmore, New York - April 26, 2014, Englewood, New Jersey)[1] was an American television writer.

Pinsker co-wrote (with Claire Labine) the 1995 New York Times bestseller General Hospital tie-in novel Robin's Diary, based in the AIDS storyline between characters Stone Cates and Robin Scorpio.[2]

Writing credits[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Daytime Emmy Awards

WINS

  • (1978, 1979, 1980, 1983 & 1984; Best Writing; Ryan's Hope)
  • (1995; Best Writing; General Hospital)

NOMINATIONS

  • (1985 & 1994; Best Writing; Another World)

Writers Guild of America Award

WINS

  • (1979 season; Ryan's Hope)
  • (1996 & 1998 seasons; General Hospital)

NOMINATIONS

  • (1980 season; Ryan's Hope)
  • (1994 & 1995 seasons; Another World)
  • (1997 season; General Hospital)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Judith Ann Pinsker
  2. ^ Labine, Claire; Judith Pinsker (November 1995). Robin's Diary. ABC Daytime Press. p. 180. ISBN 0-8019-8775-X. Retrieved February 19, 2009. 

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