Lizzy Weiss is an American screenwriter, television producer and television writer. Weiss was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from Duke University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Women's Studies. Weiss continued her education at New York University and got a M.A. in Communication in 1993. After she finished her education she had a number of writing jobs until in 1999 Weiss wrote for the MTV original film Holding Patterns. This was the first time that she was paid for her writing. Although the film did not air, she was hired again by MTV to write for the TV series Undressed. While writing for MTV she was given an article called Surf Girls of Maui from Outside magazine. She wrote a script for a film that was similar to the article. After John Stockwell was hired to direct the film Blue Crush, Weiss was chosen to write for the film.
|Born:||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Screenwriter, television producer, television writer|
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About Lizzy Weiss
Award-winning screenwriter best known for her work on ABC series such as Cashmere Mafia and Switched at Birth.
Lizzy Weiss Before Fame
She graduated from Duke University in 1992, where she majored in Women's Studies.
Achievement of Lizzy Weiss
She got her first job in 1999, writing for the MTV series Holding Patterns.
Lizzy Weiss Family Life
She was born an raised in Los Angeles, California.
Associations of Lizzy Weiss
She served as the creator and executive producer of ABC Family's Switched at Birth, which starred Vanessa Marano.
Information related to Lizzy Weiss
- Duke University Trinity College of Arts and Sciences alumni
- Television producers from California