Vanessa Middleton

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Vanessa Middleton
Born United States
Nationality American
Occupation Director, producer, writer

Vanessa Middleton is an American film and television producer and writer, as well as a film director.[1] Middleton has worked as a writer on shows like Cosby, Girlfriends, and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper. In 2001, Middleton made her feature film directorial debut with the romantic comedy 30 Years to Life, starring Tracy Morgan, Paula Jai Parker, and Allen Payne.

In 2013, Middleton created the web series Walk This Way.[1]

Film and television[edit]

Year Title Production role Notes
1992 The Apollo Comedy Hour Writer
1992–1993 Saturday Night Live Writer Twenty episodes
1994 Sister, Sister Writer Two episodes
1995–1996 Hangin' with Mr. Cooper Writer Three episodes
Cosby Writer (Four episodes, 1996–1997)
Co-executive producer (Twenty-one episodes, 1998–1999)
Twenty-five episodes
2001 30 Years to Life Director, writer, executive producer
2007 Girlfriends Writer One episode
2013 Walk This Way Creator, writer

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Organization Award[2] Title Result
1993 Emmy Awards Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Variety or Music Program (shared) Saturday Night Live Nominated
2001 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic 30 Years to Life Nominated

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