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  • From John Wayne To Brooklyn Nine Nine – Stunt Coordinator Norman Howell

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    By: Marjorie Galas Norman Howell credits John Wayne as one of his teachers. The Emmy winning stunt coordinator began his career in the 80s as a stuntman. In fact, he continues to perform stunts; recently seen in Seth McFarlane’s “A Million Ways to Die in the West.” Since John Wayne taught him to throw a…

     

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  • Producers Daniel Goor And Michael Schur On Creating Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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    By: Marjorie Galas Daniel Goor and Michael Schur knew by uniting forces, they’d bring something special to the people of the U.S. “We specifically set out to change the way Americans regard themselves, their country, their history and their future,” stated Schur. In reality, what they created was the Fox hit comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” While…

     

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  • Women Take The Lead At Fox’s Girls Night Out

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    BY: Marjorie Galas, Editor A night out is always fun, but a Girl’s Night Out is something special. Fox celebrated a number of their female stars and producers on June 9th at Fox Girls’s Night Out at the Television Academy’s Leonard H. Goldenson Theater to a standing room only crowd. Moderated by Stacey Wilson, senior…

     

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  • Ten Minutes With: “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Scribe Laura McCreary

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    BY: Marjorie Galas, Editor Laura McCreary enjoys pushing boundaries. The writer broke her chops on award winning Disney animated and live action programs including “American Dragon: Jake Long”, “Kim Possible” and “Unfabulous.” Looking to explore a different creative path, McCreary joined Seth MacFarlane’s “American Dad” team, and immersed herself in a far edgier writing style….

     

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