Carsey, Marcia Lee
1944 - She was born in South Weymouth, Maine, U.S.A. on the 21st of November.
1960 - Carsey began her career in television as a tour guide at NBC, later becoming a story editor for the Tomorrow Entertainment company.
1966 - She attended the University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, B.A. in English Literature.
1974-1978 - She joined ABC as a program executive concentrating on comedy programming, rising, to senior vice president of prime-time series. While at ABC.
- She developed some of the most successful shows of that era including Mork and Mindy, Soap, and Happy Days.
1980-1982 - She left ABC and started Carsey Productions, an independent production company.
- She was joined in this venture a year later by Tom Werner who had worked with her at ABC.
- Carsey and Werner have led the wave of independent production companies that resist affiliation with a major network or distributor.
1995 - Carsey-Werner ventured into the feature film industry by founding Carsey-Werner Moving Pictures.
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