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Name  Debora Cahn
Role  Television writer
Shows  Grey's Anatomy

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Awards  Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Episodic Drama
Nominations  Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series
Similar  Tony Phelan, Joan Rater, Rob Corn, Krista Vernoff, Shonda Rhimes

Debora T. Cahn is an American television writer, most notable for her work on The West Wing. Following The West Wing's end, Cahn was hired as a producer for Grey's Anatomy.

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Episodes written

  • The West Wing
  • "College Kids" (story, with Mark Goffman)
  • "Red Haven's on Fire" (story, with Mark Goffman)
  • "Privateers" (teleplay and story, with Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin)
  • "Jefferson Lives" (story, with Carol Flint)
  • "Abu el Banat"
  • "The Supremes"
  • "No Exit" (teleplay, with Carol Flint)
  • "Liftoff"
  • "Impact Winter"
  • "Drought Conditions"
  • "The Ticket"
  • "Undecideds"
  • "The Cold" (teleplay and story, with Lauren Schmidt)
  • "Requiem" (with John Wells and Eli Attie)
  • "Institutional Memory"
  • Grey's Anatomy
  • "Sometimes a Fantasy"
  • "Scars and Souvenirs"
  • "Love/Addiction"
  • "Losing My Mind"
  • "Brave New World"
  • "Wish You Were Here"
  • "Now or Never"
  • "Blink"
  • "Push"
  • "Not Responsible"
  • "Unaccompanied Minor"
  • "She's Gone"
  • "Dark Was the Night"
  • "Run, Baby, Run"
  • "She's Killing Me"
  • "I Want You With Me"
  • "Somebody That I Used To Know"
  • Private Practice
  • "Ex-Life" (with Jon Cowan, Robert Rovner and Krista Vernoff)
  • "The End of a Beautiful Friendship"
  • Awards and nominations

    In 2005, Cahn won the Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Episodic Drama for the fifth season episode "The Supremes". In 2006 and 2007, Cahn was part of the writing staff for two television series' nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series and the Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Dramatic Series; The West Wing in 2006 and Grey's Anatomy in 2007.

    References

    Debora Cahn Wikipedia


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