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Jean Holloway Edit Profile

screenwriter

Jean Holloway, American screenwriter. Member of The Caucus. (Los Angeles).

Background

Holloway, Jean was born on April 16, 1917 in San Francisco, California, United States. Daughter of Arthur Patrick Casey and Gracia Claire (Holloway) Casey-Hoag.

Education

Master in Journalism, San Jose State College, 1938.

Career

Writer television shows Kate Smith Show, New York City, 1939-1945, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer-Arthur Freed Unit, Culver City, California, 1945-1950, Fantasy Island, Burbank, 1983. Executive story editor television show Family Holvak, Universal City, 1968-1975. Writer television shows Hallmark Hall of Fame, Los Angeles, 1950-1952, First Hundred Years, Los Angeles, 1952-1956.

Writer, creator television shows Peyton Place, 1962-1967, The Ghost and Mistress Muir, Los Angeles, 1968-1971. Freelance writer, creator Columbia Broadcasting System, since 1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Writer (television show) Shirley Temple Storybook, 1960 (Christopher award 1960).

Membership

Member of The Caucus. (Los Angeles).

Connections

Married Dan Tobin (deceased November 1982).

father:
Arthur Patrick Casey Casey-Hoag

mother:
Gracia Claire (Holloway) Casey-Hoag

spouse:
Dan Tobin