Peggy Sloane was an American television soap opera script writer. She wrote on daytime for over 23 years, and her final year of active daytime work was back in 1999. She died in May 2009.

Positions heldEdit

Hocus Focus (TV series)

  • Cowriter (1979-1980)

All My Children

  • Associate Head Writer (1987–1989, 1997–1998)

Another World

  • Head Writer (1992–1994)
  • Associate Head Writer (1990–1992)

As the World Turns

  • Script Writer (1998–1999)

Capitol

  • Script Writer (entire run, 1982–1987)

Guiding Light

  • Associate Head Writer (1994–1995)

One Life to Live

  • Associate Head Writer (1995–1996)
  • Co-Head Writer (1996–1997)

Awards and nominationsEdit

Daytime Emmy Awards

WINS

  • (1988 & 1998; Best Writing; All My Children)

NOMINATIONS

  • (1994; Best Writing; Another World)
  • (2000; Best Writing; As the World Turns)

Writers Guild of America Award

WINS

  • (1999 season; All My Children)

NOMINATIONS

  • (1984 season; Capitol)
  • (1990 & 1998 seasons; All My Children)
  • (1994 & 1995 seasons; Another World)
  • (1996 season; Guiding Light)

Head writing tenureEdit

Preceded by
Donna Swajeski
Head writer of Another World
(with Samuel D. Ratcliffe)

November 1992 – November 1994
Succeeded by
Carolyn Culliton
Preceded by
Michael Malone
Head writer of One Life to Live
(with Jean Passanante)
(with Leah Laiman: April 1996 - December 1996)

April 1996 – Spring 1997
Succeeded by
Claire Labine
Matthew Labine

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