Female-Driven Comedy. Diverse Stories. Coming-of-Age. LGBTQIA+ Romance. Historical/Period Dramas. Dramedies.
Carley Whitt is a comedy writer, most recently a Staff Writer on NEVER HAVE I EVER. Before that, Carley served as Showrunner’s Assistant to Lang Fisher (NEVER HAVE I EVER) and the Writers’ PA on Hulu’s FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL. Carley read submissions for the Warner Brothers’ TV Writers’ Workshop where she learned how participants are selected. She is a graduate of USC with a BFA in Writing for TV and Film. Carley has an understanding of what comedy Showrunners look for in writers’ samples and how they decide who to bring into the room. She loves working with fellow writers to help them tell their stories in the best possible way.
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