Nationality American Occupation Television writer, television producer Years active 1998–present Spouse(s) Children 1 Rina Mimoun is an American television writer and producer.
Mimoun's career began at the age of 21 with a
Writers Guild of America internship on the Fox comedy and a first staff writer job on the UPN sitcom Ned and Stacey . She scored her big break when then- Guys Like Us showrunner Dawson's Creek Greg Berlanti hired her as a writer on the teen drama series. Mimoun has also written for  , Jack & Jill , Dawson's Creek , Everwood , Gilmore Girls , Pushing Daisies , and Eastwick .
Hart of Dixie
She served as a supervising producer on
Everwood for the first 12 episodes of season 1. She was made a co-executive producer for the rest of season 1 and the entirety of season 2. She became an executive producer and the showrunner for seasons 3 and 4 after creator Greg Berlanti left the series. 
Mimoun developed and executive-produced
for The CW Television Network, based on the Privileged Zoey Dean novel How To Teach Filthy Rich Girls.
Mimoun serves as an executive producer on
, an American remake of the Mistresses 2008–2010 British series of the same name.
Personal life [ edit ]
Mimoun has been married to actor
Scott Weinger since 2008;  together they have a son, who was born in 2009.   She is of American and Tunisian descent.
References [ edit ]
Andreeva, Nellie (February 29, 2012). "Writer-Producer Rina Mimoun Signs Overall Deal With ABC Studios". Deadline . Retrieved . July 4, 2017
Harris, Will (August 10, 2011). "Treat Williams". The A.V. Club . Retrieved . July 26, 2012
Ryan, Maureen (April 16, 2006). "Greg Berlanti on the future of 'Everwood. '" Chicago Tribune . Retrieved . July 26, 2012
Cunningham, Annie (October 21, 2008). "Exclusive Interview: PRIVILEGED Showrunner Rina Mimoun". the TV addict . Retrieved . July 26, 2012
Nordyke, Kimberly (July 9, 2012). "Shannyn Sossamon Joins ABC's Racy Summer Soap 'Mistresses. '" The Hollywood Reporter . Retrieved . July 26, 2012
Samantha Rullo (2014-06-12). "Whatever Happened to Steve from 'Full House?' The Ivy League Grad Is Still Working in TV". bustle.com . Retrieved . 2015-11-11
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