Stephanie Savage




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Co-Creator and Executive Producer, "Gossip Girl" Stephanie Savage is the Co-Creator and Executive Producer of The CW's hit drama "Gossip Girl."

Savage began her career as VP of Development at Flower Films, Drew Barrymore's production company. While at Flower, she helped develop the feature films "Never Been Kissed," "Charlie's Angels" and "Donnie Darko." Savage then formed Wonderland Sound and Vision with director McG.

Wonderland's first film, "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle," grossed over $265 million worldwide. Wonderland also produced the Fox shows "Fastlane" and "The O.C.", as well as The WB's "The Mountain." Savage developed "The O.C." with creator Josh Schwartz, who gave Savage her first shot at a TV script with "The Best Chrismukkah Ever." In 2005, she began to work exclusively on "The O.C.", executive producing the fourth season as well as writing numerous episodes of the series.

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY, which Josh Schwartz wrote and is attached to direct for MGM, is being produced by Savage.

Canadian-born Savage first came to Los Angeles from the University of Iowa, where she taught film history and theory while working on her PhD. She is the published author of several scholarly articles on true crime, scandal and pornography