Celotta keeping office at NBCU

Andreeva, Nellie
March 2007
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;3/20/2007, Vol. 398 Issue 30, p1
The article reports that a new deal has been inked by writer-producer Jennifer Celotta with NBC Universal TV Studio, producer of television series "The Office." Under the seven-figure pact, Celotta will continue as a co-executive producer on the Emmy-winning NBC comedy while also developing new projects for the studio.


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