Jennifer Pertsch is still a teenager at heart

Alexiou, Dimetre
June 2006
Canadian Screenwriter;Summer2006, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p27
Profiles television writer Jennifer Pertsch and the animated comedy program "6Teen" that she co-created with Tom McGillis. Significance of the interview conducted by the writers with teenagers at the Eaton Centre in Toronto, Ontario; Educational attainment and career background of the writer; Television programs created by Pertsch.


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