Oliver Goldstick

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Oliver Goldstick (born January 9, 1961) is an American television screenwriter and producer.

Most notably, Goldstick was the creator and executive producer of Inconceivable, a short-lived medical drama. He is credited as executive producer or co-executive producer of Pretty Little Liars, Ravenswood, Lipstick Jungle and The Court. He has been a writer and producer on several television series, including Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives, Everwood, Caroline in the City, American Dreams and Popular.

As a writer, he has worked on a number of series that also include State of Mind, Partners, Windfall and Down the Shore.[1]

He wrote the play with music Dinah Was, about the life of Dinah Washington. The play ran Off-Broadway in 1998.[2][3]

His play 'Wild Boy' explores the challenges of autism.[4]

References

  1. ^ Hernandez, Greg (September 27, 2005) All in the family: NBC surrogacy drama Inconceivable and ABC mid-season comedy Crumbs acknowledge that, for many gays and lesbians in 2005, it's all about families, The Advocate. Retrieved December 26, 2007.
  2. ^ Marks, Peter. " 'Dinah Was': The Songs Are Better Than the Play" The New York Times, April 7, 1998
  3. ^ "Goldstick" doollee.com, accessed August 6, 2015
  4. ^ San Mateo Daily Journal-5 Aug 2016 That's true of the parents in Oliver Goldstick's “Wild Boy,” presented by Dragon Theatre and based on “Not Even Wrong: Adventures in Autism,” .

External links

  • Oliver Goldstick on IMDb


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