Thania St. John

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Thania St. John
OccupationTelevision producer and writer
Years active1989–present

Thania Papas St. John[1] is an American television producer and writer.

For much of her career she has written and produced for a number of notable television series including 21 Jump Street, Life Goes On, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Roswell, Wild Card, Huff, Eureka,[2] Drop Dead Diva and Unnatural History.

In 1997 she created the television series Crisis Center.[3]

She will be creating the script for an upcoming film based on The Witcher series, due to release in 2017.[4]

She graduated from Harvard University in 1983 and is one of the founding members of the League of Hollywood Women Writers.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Harvardwood Highlights August 2010, Issue 67: Member Profile: Thania St. John, '83 by D. Dona Le
  2. ^ Why We Write – Number 45: Thania St. John -, February 12, 2008
  3. ^ Richmond, Ray (1997). "Review: 'Crisis Center'". Variety.
  4. ^ "Platige Image".

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