Jack LoGiudice

Credits:

Television Year Plays
Walking Dead (Co-EP)
Sons of Anarchy (Consulting/Co-EP)
Street Time (Consulting)
Resurrection Blvd. (SE-Co-EP)
7th Heaven (SE)
Dom Deluise Show (Staff/Head Writer)
2010-11
2008-10
2003-04
2000-03
1996-1997
In the Moonlight Eddie
America's Mrs. Fin
A Birthday Story
A Lesson in Lacing
One Little Trick

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