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Marci Klein

Marcia Klein
Born 1967
Occupation Television producer
Spouse(s) Scott Murphy (m. 2000; divorced)
Children 2

Marci Klein (born 1967) is a four-time Emmy Award-winning American television producer who is best known for her work on 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live.

During Alec Baldwin's 2007 Golden Globes acceptance speech, he personally thanked Klein and referred to her as "the greatest producer in the history of broadcast television," to which she received an ovation from the audience.

Klein is the daughter of fashion designer Calvin Klein, and his first wife, Jayne Centre.[1][2][3][4]

Klein married Scott Murphy in 2000. They have since divorced.[5]

In 1978, Marci was kidnapped and held for 9 hours until a $100,000 dollar ransom was paid. Police arrested the culprits.[6][7]


  1. ^ Splitsville, Page Six (New York Post Story)
  2. ^ Daisy Dumas (2011-10-20). "Calvin Klein's daughter Marci: 'I sleep with some guy, my dad's name is on their underwear' | Mail Online". Retrieved 2013-07-03. 
  3. ^ "Calvin's ex Kelly Klein to become a mother at 50 – Moms & Babies – Moms & Babies -". Retrieved 2013-07-03. 
  4. ^ American Legacy: The Story of John and Caroline Kennedy - C. David Heymann - Google Books. Retrieved 2013-07-03. 
  5. ^ Posted: 1:00 AM, December 19, 2008 (2008-12-19). "Calvin Klein Heiress Marci Klein Is Splitting Up With Model Husband Scott Murphy". Retrieved 2013-07-03. 
  6. ^ (6 February 1978). Klein kidnapping ends with arrests, The StarPhoenix (Associated Press story)
  7. ^,1443036

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