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Carrie Kemper

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Years active  2007–present
Grandparents  Mildred Lane Kemper
Siblings  Ellie Kemper

Role  Television writer
Name  Carrie Kemper
Shows  Silicon Valley

Occupation  Television writer, novelist
Parents  David Woods Kemper, Dorothy Ann Jannarone
Nominations  Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series

Similar  Warren Lieberstein , Greg Daniels , Ellie Kemper

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Carrie Kemper is an American television writer who worked as a staff writer on the NBC sitcom The Office. She is the younger sister of actress Ellie Kemper.

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Television work

Carrie Kemper and Ellie Kemper

Kemper worked as a staff writer on The Office from the beginning of the show's seventh season. She wrote an episode titled "Ultimatum". In 2010, Kemper and 21 other writers shared a Writers Guild of America award nomination for their work on The Office. She also wrote the eighth season episode "Spooked" and season nine's "The Whale" (which she had a cameo in as Jan Levinson's assistant Molly) and "Junior Salesman".

Ellie Kemper sister of Carrie Kemper

In 2013, she had a brief appearance in the Arrested Development episode "Smashed" as Mrs. Astronaut Lovel.

In 2014, she joined Silicon Valley as a writer and producer for season 2.

Novel

Monday Sessions, Kemper's first novel, co-written with her sister, is a fictional collection of diary entries and notes by Dr. Amy Rice, a thirty-something therapist who becomes fascinated with her patients' lives. It was due to be published in spring 2012, but as of November 2016, it hasn't been published.

References

Carrie Kemper Wikipedia


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