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  • Marcy Vosburgh
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  • Marcy Vosburgh-Myers (born Marcy Vosburgh December 6, 1951-died June 3, 2016) was a TV writer and producer who got her start on The Jeffersons, and worked on It's Your Move and Cagney and Lacey before joining MWC in its first season. She and her frequent collaborator Sandy Sprung were producers of the show from early in the second season to the end of the fourth. They moved on to continue working together on Unhappily Ever After. Marcy produced a total of 64 episodes of the MWC, and she also wrote or co-wrote fourteen episodes.
  • On screen Vosburgh appeared as a TV Reporter in the sports drama Something for Joey (1977) and as Glynnis Kidwell in the drama Love at the Top (1982, alongside James Ingersoll). Vosburgh served as story editor, writer, and later as a producer for the first three seasons of the long running television series Married with Children. Other television series she contributed scripts for are The Jeffersons, Cagney & Lacey, Caroline in the City, Unhappily Ever After (1995-1996, starring Nikki Cox), Twice in a Lifetime (1999-2001, starring Paul Popowich), and So Little Time (2001-2002).
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Job
  • Producer , 64 episodes
  • Writer/Story editor, 14 episodes
Series
  • Married... with Children
Name
  • Marcy Vosburgh
Caption
  • Marcy Vosburgh produced a total of 64 "MWC" episodes, also writing or co-writing 14.
Birth Place
  • Oak Park, Illinois, U.S.
Died
  • 2016-06-03
yearsactive
  • 1977
Occupation
  • TV screenwriter, producer, director and actor
Gender
  • Female
Born
  • 1951-12-06
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  • Marcy Vosburgh-Myers (born Marcy Vosburgh December 6, 1951-died June 3, 2016) was a TV writer and producer who got her start on The Jeffersons, and worked on It's Your Move and Cagney and Lacey before joining MWC in its first season. She and her frequent collaborator Sandy Sprung were producers of the show from early in the second season to the end of the fourth. They moved on to continue working together on Unhappily Ever After. Marcy produced a total of 64 episodes of the MWC, and she also wrote or co-wrote fourteen episodes. As an actress, Marcy appeared in a bit role in the 1977 made-for-TV film Something for Joey, where she played a TV news reporter. She also made appearances in the 1982 blockbuster Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan and also had a recurring role as Glynnis Kidwell in the PBS minseries Romance Theatre.
  • On screen Vosburgh appeared as a TV Reporter in the sports drama Something for Joey (1977) and as Glynnis Kidwell in the drama Love at the Top (1982, alongside James Ingersoll). Vosburgh served as story editor, writer, and later as a producer for the first three seasons of the long running television series Married with Children. Other television series she contributed scripts for are The Jeffersons, Cagney & Lacey, Caroline in the City, Unhappily Ever After (1995-1996, starring Nikki Cox), Twice in a Lifetime (1999-2001, starring Paul Popowich), and So Little Time (2001-2002). She also served as a producer for several television series including the previous So Little Time and Unhappily Ever After.