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Lisa Connor

Lisa Connor is an American soap opera writer, producer, and director. She is a writer on the ABC Daytime and The Online Network serial drama, All My Children.

Positions held

All My Children

"The Young and the Restless"

  • Breakdown/script writer: December 2008-January 2010

As the World Turns

  • Script Writer: June 30, 2008 - December 2008
  • Breakdown Writer: 1997 - 1999, March 3, 2005 - January 24, 2008, April 18, 2008 – June 27, 2008

Days of our Lives

  • Breakdown Writer: May 22, 2012 – August 13, 2012

General Hospital

  • Occasional Script Writer: October 20, 2011; December 6, 2011; December 8, 2011
  • Occasional Breakdown Writer: January 6, 2012
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  • Script Writer: December 1994-March 1996
  • Script Continuity: August 1994-August 1995

Guiding Light

  • Script Writer: 1994
  • Associate Director: 1992 - 1994
  • Production Coordinator: 1980s

One Life to Live (hired by Michael Malone)

  • Script Writer: 1995 - 1996

The Young and the Restless (hired by Maria Arena Bell & Hogan Sheffer)

  • Script Writer (April 30, 2009 - March 25, 2010)
  • Breakdown Writer (March 30, 2009 - August 4, 2009)

Awards and nominations

Daytime Emmy Awards

NOMINATIONS

  • (2003–2004, 2006; Best Writing; As The World Turns)
  • (2001 & 2002; Best Drama Series; All My Children)
  • (2000; Best Writing; As The World Turns)
  • (1996; Best Writing; One Life To Live)
  • (1993; Best Directing; Guiding Light)

WIN

  • (1994; Best Directing; Guiding Light)

Writers Guild of America Award

WGA NOMINATION

  • (1997, 1998, 2005 & 2006 Season; ATWT)

WGA WIN

  • (2003 Season; AMC)

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