Leslie Caveny

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Leslie Caveny
Born United States
Occupation Writer

Leslie Caveny is an American film and television writer and producer.[1] Caveny was a staff writer and producer for Everybody Loves Raymond[1] for several years in which she shared the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series. She later went on to write the screenplay for Penelope.[2] She co-wrote the screenplay for the 2012 Pixar film Newt. Caveny is also a playwright. Her published play "Love of a Pig" originated at Theatre West in Los Angeles, and moved to Dublin, Ireland and New York City. She also had another, which she also starred in, "The Survival of the Fiddest" at Theatre West in 1995, where she continues as a member artist.

Caveny grew up in a housing community called Jefferson Estates in West Windsor, NJ and attended West Windsor-Plainsboro High School until 1978 when she transferred to a private boarding school, Peddie School in Hightstown, New Jersey, from 1978–1980, graduating in 1980.


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