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Nell started her career writing for Spy Magazine and Vanity Fair. Since then, she’s written for The Simpsons, Letterman, Murphy Brown, Newhart, NCIS, she created Sabrina The Teenage Witch, she was the executive producer on Charmed.
She has written jokes for Obama. She co-wrote Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s best-selling book, Lean In. And her autobiography, Just the Funny Parts, is an enthralling book. If you’re ever stuck, or feeling alone as a writer, dip into Just the Funny Parts, and I’m certain it’ll bring you out of your funk and inspire you to stay the course. It certainly did that for me.
I interviewed Nell in Sydney in front of a live audience at the invitation of Jungle Entertainment where she is working with a bunch of Australian writers.
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