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Roger Samuel Wolfson




Roger Wolfson is a writer with a background in politics and law. He is the head writer of a one hour dramatic series on Crackle, set in the US Embassy in Rome. The first TV series he wrote for was CBS’s “Century City,” starring Viola Davis. He then wrote for "Law and Order: SVU," "Saving Grace," "Fairly Legal,” and “The Closer,” where one of his episodes earned Kyra Sedgwick her first Emmy nomination. In the last seven years he has sold eight series of his own to Sony Studios, Paramount, Lifetime/A&E Studios, CBS, ABC, Bravo, and USA. Prior to writing for TV, he worked in the U.S. Senate for Joe Lieberman, John Kerry, Paul Wellstone, and Ted Kennedy. He still writes speeches for several national politicians, while also serving locally as Commissioner for Animal Services for the City of Los Angeles.

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