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Anne Flett-Giordano (née Flett; born 1965) is an American television producer and screenwriter, known for her work on Kate & Allie, Frasier, Desperate Housewives, Hot in Cleveland and Mom.

On Hot in Cleveland, the fictional medical condition "Flett-Giordano Syndrome" was named after her.

She is also the author of the murder mystery / social satire “Marry, Kiss, Kill” [1]

References

  1. ^ Simakis, Andrea (Aug 18, 2010). "Everything you wanted to know about TV Land's 'Hot in Cleveland,' from A to Z". cleveland.com. Retrieved Mar 29, 2019.