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Caroline Bush O'Brien Sobieski, American Screenwriter. Avocations: horses, flying, theater, children. F C. Recipient Anthology award San Francisco Film Festival, 1971, Emmy nomination, 1976, Women in television and Film award, 1977, 80. Member Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Writers Guild Foundation (board directors), Writers Guild American West (Outreach committee, Awards committee, awards 1971, 73, 77).

Background

Sobieski, Caroline Bush O'Brien was born on March 16, 1939 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Francis Thomas and Emeline Ruth (Bush) O'Brien.

Education

Bachelor, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1960. M. Little, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 1961.

Career

Writer television shows, Mr. Novak, The Mod Squad, Fame is the Name of the Game, 1964-1968;staff writer television series, Peyton Place, 1965-1967;writer television pilots, Dial Hot Line, Paper Moon, Sunshine, Two Marriages, 1970-1983;writer television movies including, Where the Ladies Go, Sunshine Christmas, Amelia Earhart, The Neon Ceiling, since 1971;writer television mini-series, The Women's Room, The Bourne Identitywriter feature films, Honeysuckle Rose, Annie, Casey's Shadow, The Toy, Sylvester, Winter People, since 1978. Adjunct Professor University of Southern California Cinema School, Los Angeles, 1987.

Achievements

  • Avocations: horses, flying, theater, children. F C.

Membership

Member Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Writers Guild Foundation (board directors), Writers Guild American West (Outreach committee, Awards committee, awards 1971, 73, 77).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Horses, flying, theater, children.

Connections

Married James Louis Sobieski, November 21, 1964. Children: Emeline, Mona, James.

father:
Francis Thomas O'Brien

mother:
Emeline Ruth (Bush) O'Brien

spouse:
James Louis Sobieski

children:
Emeline Sobieski

Mona Sobieski

James Sobieski