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Name  Judy Freudberg
Role  TV Writer
Education  Syracuse University

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Full Name  Judith Freudberg
Born  July 12, 1949 (1949-07-12) Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Cause of death  Complications of a brain tumor
Died  June 10, 2012, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States
Books  Molly moves to Sesame Street, Many Faces of Ernie
Awards  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing In A Children's or Pre-School Children's Series
Movies and TV shows  The Land Before Time, An American Tail, The Land Before Time X: T, Sesame Street Presents, The Land Before Time IX: J
Similar People  Tony Geiss, Lou Berger, Emily Kingsley, Joey Mazzarino, Luis Santeiro

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Judith "Judy" Freudberg (July 12, 1949 – June 10, 2012) was an American TV writer. She was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in speech and dramatic arts. In 1971, she started working on Sesame Street, two years after the show’s debut, as an assistant in the music department and became a writer for the children's television show in 1975. Judy worked on that show for 35 years and shared 17 daytime Emmys. One of the creators and developers of Elmo's World, she served as head writer for that popular segment.

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Freudberg collaborated with Tony Geiss on Sesame Street's first feature film, Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird as well as The Land Before Time and An American Tail, two feature animation films directed by Don Bluth and executive produced by Steven Spielberg. She and Molly Boylan were nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special for the home video Elmo's World: Wild Wild West. For Sesame Street season 35, Judy co-wrote, with Lou Berger, the primetime special, Sesame Street Presents: The Street We Live On, which was nominated for an Emmy as Outstanding Children's Program.

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She died on June 10, 2012 in Manhattan at age 62 from complications of a brain tumor.

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