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Tracey Thomson

Tracey Thomson is an American television soap opera writer for ABC Daytime's General Hospital. She was hired by Charles Pratt Jr. to be a script writer on All My Children.

Positions held

General Hospital (hired by Robert Guza Jr.)

  • Associate Head writer: July 26, 2011-May 2012
  • Occasional Breakdown writer: May 2007 – July 2008)
  • Script writer: September 11, 2006 – January 3, 2008; March 17, 2008 - July 30, 2008; June 17, 2010–July 25, 2011
  • Occasional script writer: March 28, 2006 – July 13, 2006
  • Script Continuity: 2005–2006

All My Children

  • Script Writer (February 17, 2010 - May 6, 2010)
  • Associate Head Writer (September 11, 2008 - February 18, 2010)
  • Occasional Script Writer (September 25, 2008 - 2009)

The Young and the Restless (hired by Josh Griffith)

  • Script Writer: December 4, 2012
  • Co-Head Writer: December 7, 2012-present


Preceded by
Josh Griffith
Hogan Sheffer
Head Writer of The Young and the Restless
(with Josh Griffith: 12/7/12-10/18/13)
(with Hogan Sheffer: 12/7/12-2/1/13)
(with Shelly Altman: 3/18/13-present)
(with Jean Passanante: 11/21/13-present)

December 7, 2012 - Present
Succeeded by

External links

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  • Tracey Thomson at
  • Tracey Thomson at imdB

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