‘Army Wives’ Creator And ‘New Year’s Eve’ Scribe Katherine Fugate Signs With Paradigm

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Katherine Fugate has a new agency home. The Army Wives creator and writer behind two of Garry Marshall’s “holiday” movies has signed with Paradigm for representation.

Along with creating the 2007-13 Lifetime drama Army Wives from ABC Studios and the Mark Gordon Company, Fugate also penned several episodes. Her feature writing include Marshall’s star-laden pics New Year’s Eve (2011) and Valentine’s Day (2010), along with the 2004 romantic comedy The Prince & Me. A former member of the WGA board of directors, she also wrote the 2012 Lifetime telepic A Killer Among Us.

Fugate also is a women’s right activist who was worked with Michelle Obama, and she co-founded a group called “First They Came” under the umbrella of Beau Willimon’s Action Group Network. She also often appears on Sirius XM: Progress Radio.

She continues to be repped by HertzbergMedia and Chad Christopher at Stone Genow.

This article was printed from https://deadline.com/2019/03/katherine-fugate-signs-with-paradigm-army-wives-creator-new-years-eve-writer-1202576599/