Linda Gottlieb

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Linda Gottlieb is an American television writer and film producer.

Early life and education[edit]

Born in New Jersey, Gottlieb graduated from Wellesley College in 1960 and received an M.A. from the Russian Institute of Columbia University in 1961.

Career[edit]

Production credits[edit]

Examples of projects she has worked on include:

Films[edit]

Television episodes, series, and specials[edit]

Teaching[edit]

She is an Adjunct Professor (Master Class in Screenwriting: One on One with a Producer) at Tisch School of the Arts.[citation needed]

Collaborators[edit]

Gottlieb has worked with Chris Columbus,[citation needed][clarification needed] John Guare,[citation needed][clarification needed]John Hershfield,[citation needed][clarification needed] Len Jenkins,[citation needed][clarification needed] Marsha Norman,[citation needed][clarification needed] and Frank Pierson.[citation needed][clarification needed]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Gottlieb has been nominated for 5 Daytime Emmy Awards,[citation needed] Outstanding Children's Anthology/Dramatic Programming (1980),[citation needed] and Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special (1977 & 1979),[citation needed] for three Emmy Awards (1979, 1982 & 1993),[citation needed] and for an Independent Spirit Award (1988)[citation needed] and a Peabody Award.[citation needed]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Limbo. IMDb. 1972. 
  2. ^ The Immigrant Experience: The Long, Long Journey. IMDb. 1972. 
  3. ^ The Fur Coat Club. IMDb. 1973. Retrieved April 29, 2015. 
  4. ^ Fighting Back. IMDb. 1981. 
  5. ^ 13 Bourbon Street. IMDb. 1997. 
  6. ^ SoapLine. IMDb.