Valerie Curtin


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Biography:
Birth Name: Valerie Curtin
Born: 03/31/1945
Birth Place: Queens, New York, USA

In TV, Curtin began by writing an episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in which Mary became a Big Sister. She then wrote for "Phyllis" (CBS, 1975-77) and in 1982 co-created "Square Pegs", a critically well-received teen comedy, but was not involved in its weekly production. It was not until 1991 that Curtin again worked behind the scenes in series TV, this time as producer of "Good & Evil," a short-lived soap opera send-up created by Susan Harris.

The dark-haired, olive-complexioned Curtin has a pliable, lively and inviting face perfect for comedy and her acting work in Hollywood predates her writing. She broke into TV in 1975 as a sketch player on the short-lived "Jim Stafford Show" (A... Continue Bio >>

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