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Victoria Morrow

Victoria Morrow is an American television writer and producer. She has been nominated for two Writers Guild of America Awards for her work on Deadwood and Weeds.

Victoria Morrow
Occupation Television Writer
Nationality American
Notable works Deadwood
Weeds

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BiographyEdit

Morrow joined the crew of HBO Western drama Deadwood as a writer for the second season in 2005. The series was created by David Milch and focuses on the growth of a settlement in the American West. Morrow wrote the episode "Complications".[1] Morrow and the writing staff were nominated for a Writers Guild of America (WGA) Award for Outstanding Drama Series at the February 2006 ceremony for their work on the second season.

Morrow became a staff writer for the third season of Showtime comedy Weeds in 2007. Morrow wrote the episodes "Roy Till Called" and "The Dark Time". Morrow became a story editor for the fourth season in 2008. She wrote the episodes "Lady's a Charm" and "The Love Circle Overlap". Morrow and the writing staff were nominated for the WGA Award for Outstanding Comedy Series at the February 2009 ceremony for their work on the fourth season.[2] Morrow became a co-producer for the fifth season in 2009. She wrote the episode "Machetes Up Top".

Morrow also wrote for the HBO polygamy drama Big Love in 2009. She wrote the teleplay for the third season episode "Sacrament" from a story by Coleman Herbert.

FilmographyEdit

Production staff

Year Show Role Notes
2010 Weeds Supervising producer Season 6 - 7
2009 Co-producer Season 5
2008 Story editor Season 4
2007 Weeds Staff writer Season 3

Writer

Year Show Season Episode title Episode Notes
2009 Big Love 3 "Sacrament" 10
Weeds 5 "Machetes Up Top" 2
2008 4 "The Love Circle Overlap" 10
"Lady's a Charm" 2
2007 3 "The Dark Time" 12
"Roy Till Called" 10
2005 Deadwood 2 "Complications" 5

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gregg Fienberg (director); Victoria Morrow (writer) (2005-04-03). "Complications". Deadwood. Season 2. Episode 5. HBO. 
  2. ^ "2009 Writers Guild Awards Television, Radio, News, Promotional Writing, and Graphic Animation Nominees Announced". WGA. 2008. Retrieved 2008-12-12.