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Also Known As: Shonda Lynn Rhimes Died:
Born: January 13, 1970 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: University Park, Illinois, USA Profession: producer, writer

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Storytelling was in Shonda Rhimes' blood since she was a child growing up with her parents and five siblings in the Chicago, IL suburb of Forest Park South. And that love for the written word and the compelling story would go on to serve her well - not only as a successful feature film writer, but as the creator and executive producer of one of the most popular television series of the new millennium - the medical drama, "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC, 2004- ).

Storytelling was in Shonda Rhimes' blood since she was a child growing up with her parents and five siblings in the Chicago, IL suburb of Forest Park South. And that love for the written word and the compelling story would go on to serve her well - not only as a successful feature film writer, but as the creator and executive producer of one of the most popular television series of the new millennium - the medical drama, "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC, 2004- ).

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1995:
Research director on the Tollin-Robbins/Mundy Lane documentary, "Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream," which was nominated for an Emmy Award and an Academy Award
1998:
Helmed the short "Blossoms and Veils," starring Jada Pinkett Smith, Jeffrey Wright and Omar Epps
1999:
Wrote the screenplay "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge," starring Halle Berry and produced by HBO
2002:
Wrote the original script for the film "Crossroads," starring Britney Spears
2004:
Scripted the Disney feature "Princess Diaries 2: A Royal Engagement," starring Julie Andrews
2005:
Creator and executive producer of the ABC medical drama "Grey's Anatomy"; also scripted several episodes
2006:
Signed a lucrative development deal with Touchstone Television, to resurrect an old project, a series about female news correspondents
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Education

Dartmouth College: Hanover , New Hampshire -
Dartmouth College: Hanover , New Hampshire -
USC School of Cinema-Television: Los Angeles , California -

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