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Danielle Alexandra
Danielle Alexandra 2013 Centrepoint
Danielle Alexandra speaking at the 2013 Centrepoint Winter Whites Gala in London, England, UK.
Personal Information
Gender: Female
Born: April 1961
Birthplace: West Newton, MA, U.S.
Career information
Occupation/
Career:
Producer/Screenwriter/Novelist
Years active: 1988-present
Appears on/involved with: Quantum Leap (TV series)
Job on series wrote story and teleplay on "It's A Wonderful Leap" with Paul Brown (Season 4)

Danielle Alexandra (born April 1961) wrote the story and co-wrote the teleplay on "It's A Wonderful leap" in Season 4 of Quantum Leap with Paul Brown .

CareerEdit

Danielle has paid her dues as a writer/producer of several critically acclaimed films, television series and television movies including as screenwriter and producer of G.I.Jane starring Demi Moore, directed by Ridley Scott. She also served as the creator/writer/producer of the four-year hit NBC-TV sitcom series My Two Dads, starring Paul Reiser (for which she was honored with a People's Choice Award and an American Comedy Award); and as the writer/producer of several prestigious television series, among them Quantum Leap and Chicago Hope. [1] Also a highly respected novelist. Given the moniker "the female Tom Clancy" for her mastery of the action/political/thriller genre, her novels include White Blood and China Doll, which was sold to Warner Books with an unprecedented seven-figure advance for a first-time novelist. [1]

Other workEdit

Danielle sits on the board of All Children Count (for children with AIDS) and works diligently for child wish-granting organisations, where she has received awards for her work.[1]

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