Carol Flint is an American television producer and writer best known for her work on ER and The West Wing. She studied at New College of Florida.[1]


Flint started her writing career with television series China Beach (1988-1991). After that series ended, she started working on the television series L.A. Law in 1986, writing the episodes "The Nut Before Christmas," "From Here to Paternity" and "Love in Bloom".[2]

In 1994, she started working on the NBC drama ER, which she also co-produced.[3] She wrote and executive produced the series Earth 2 (1994-1995). In 1999, she began work on The West Wing, and wrote five episodes for the series. More recently, she was a writer and co-producer of the series The Court, of which six episodes were produced but only three aired. In 2006, Flint co-produced the television series The Unit and Six Degrees. Flint recently completed a feature script for Warner Bros., entitled How It Was with Dooms. Since 2009, she has been either consulting producer or co-executive producer for Royal Pains on USA Network, for which she also has authored several episodes.

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