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Carol Mendelsohn

Carol Mendelsohn
Carol Mendelsohn, November 2007
Born 1951 (age 63–64)
Chicago, Illinois
Occupation Television writer

Carol Mendelsohn (born 1951) is a TV writer, notable for her work on the crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Contents

  • Education 1
  • Film and TV career 2
  • Awards and nominations 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5
  • Videos 6

Education

Mendelsohn grew up in Washington, D.C., office of the prominent Los Angeles-based firm Wyman, Bautzer, Rothman, & Kuchel.

Film and TV career

Realizing that she did not want to be a lawyer, she enrolled in an American Film Institute class. She moved to Los Angeles and started writing for the movie industry. Her early work included contributions to Hardcastle and McCormick, Stingray and Wiseguy. As producer for Cannell Studios, she worked on The Trials of Rosie O'Neill and Melrose Place.

In 2000, Mendelsohn joined the production of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and became its show runner and Executive Producer [1].

In June 2014 it was announced that after 14 years Mendelsohn would leave CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.[2]

She was also co-creator and executive producer of CSI: Miami and CSI: NY and CSI: Cyber.

Awards and nominations

As part of the CSI team, she was nominated for the Writers Guild of America Award, the Producers Guild of America Award (twice), the Emmy Award (three times) and the Edgar Award.

References

  • "Cornell alumni make 'CSI' television's most-watched show", article on the Cornell University website
  • Carol Mendelsohn - Awards on IMDb
  • In the Company of Women, article on the Writers Guild of America website

External links

Videos

  • Carol at 2007 Banff World TV Festival - clip 1 - talking about wrapping a long running series
  • Carol at 2007 Banff World TV Festival - clip 2 - sharing her producing and personal experiences
  • Carol at 2007 Banff World TV Festival - clip 3 - sharing a heartfelt story
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