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Adrienne Argenbright is a second year graduate student in the John Wells Division of Writing for Screen and Television. She graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and Media Studies from USC in 2014. As an undergraduate, Adrienne held internships at Electus Productions and BBC Worldwide. She began taking courses in screenwriting and refined her passion for telling stories. This culminated in the production of Adrienne’s first short film, Ashes. After graduation, Adrienne spent some time abroad before returning to her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She came back to Los Angeles months later to work on the long-running improv comedy show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? Though Adrienne does not consider herself to be remotely funny in any way, she still very much enjoyed her time on the show. During her first year as a graduate student, Adrienne balanced school with an internship at the Kennedy Marshall Company. As part of her academic program, Adrienne wrote two features, a spec script, and an original pilot. Adrienne’s focus is on heartwarming, life-affirming drama, and her ultimate goal is to write for television.

 

 

 

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