Vanessa Greene

Biography: Vanessa Greene was born and raised in Surrey, England. In 1973 she left the UK to go to New York City. At twenty-five years old Greene moved to Hollywood and became the youngest woman to produce an American prime-time network movie of the week. Married to the late British film director David Greene in 1974, she has two American sons. Over the past twenty years Greene has been directly involved with twenty-five movies and three mini series for television. The budgets of her projects have ranged in size from $1.7 million to $22 million. Greene has a reputation for consistently delivering quality projects on schedule and on budget. Her projects have been sold internationally and into U.S syndication after their original prime time runs on network television. Greene's dramas have had critical acclaim and ratings success on cable television years after the original network airdates. One recent drama sold into syndication in 1999 has been the number one rated movie forVanessa Greene was born and raised in Surrey, England. In 1973 she left the UK to go to New York City. At twenty-five years old Greene moved to Hollywood and became the youngest woman to produce an American prime-time network movie of the week. Married to the late British film director David Greene in 1974, she has two American sons. Over the past twenty years Greene has been directly involved with twenty-five movies and three mini series for television. The budgets of her projects have ranged in size from $1.7 million to $22 million. Greene has a reputation for consistently delivering quality projects on schedule and on budget. Her projects have been sold internationally and into U.S syndication after their original prime time runs on network television. Greene's dramas have had critical acclaim and ratings success on cable television years after the original network airdates. One recent drama sold into syndication in 1999 has been the number one rated movie for television on the Lifetime cable network for the past three years in a row. After producing a series of successful television movies and mini-series Greene completed five years under contract as a producer at CBS productions in Los Angeles. Then, for an additional two years Greene served the CBS network as the "Senior Executive Producer" reporting directly to the Senior Vice president of the movie and mini-series department.
The main focus of those two years involved troubleshooting the network's largest, most complicated shows, foreign co-productions with creative, legal and production problems. Greene has extensive experience in arbitration and negotiation. As a producer, Greene's projects have won various awards including The Writers Guild of America Award, The Scott Newman Award for the best docu-drama dealing with alcohol and drug abuse and a Television Academy Emmy nomination for Best Mini-Series. As a writer she has three screenplays to her credit. Greene presently divides her time between the UK and the US. She is currently working on the development and funding of Eyes Don't Lie, an independent feature starring Mary Steenburgen to be filmed in Europe.
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tbd Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 4 Sep 24, 1990 Writer 8.8