TV Writer-Producer Barbara Hall Signs With UTA (Exclusive)
She has been nominated for five Emmy awards and is also a novelist.
Prolific television writer-producer Barbara Hall has signed with UTA.
The Emmy-nominated Hall created and executive produced CBS’ hit drama Joan of Arcadia and developed and executive produced CBS’ Judging Amy. She was previously represented by CAA.
Hall has been nominated for five Emmy awards for her work on Joan of Arcadia, Chicago Hope, I’ll Fly Away and Northern Exposure. Her writing and producing credits also include Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Moonlighting.
Hall most recently wrote and executive produced Lifetime’s 2010 mini-series Marry Me, which starred Lucy Liu.
She is also a novelist; her works include young adult books such as Dixie Storms and The Noah Confessions and novels Close to Home and The Music Teacher.
She is also represented by manager Missy Malkin at Brillstein Entertainment Partners and attorneys Sam Fischer and Julien Zajfen at Ziffren Brittenham.
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