University of Denver, 1970, BA
Cynthia has had a colorful career in the creative arts for many years as a writer of children’s television shows and family feature films, working with the legendary Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, Stan Lee, and Jim Henson. Her writing and show-running credits include such iconic programs as "Scooby Doo," "The Smurfs," and the animated "Fraggle Rock." She also co-wrote the cult classic comedy motion picture "Class Act," starring the popular rap duo, Kid 'n' Play. Earlier in her career, Cynthia was a professional jazz singer and songwriter. These days, she's an award-winning artist who has exhibited in gallery and museum shows across the country for over twenty-five years. In addition, Cynthia hosts and produces public radio shows and podcasts for Experience Talks (KPFK-FM 90.7 LA). She lives in Los Angeles with ten million other people who all want to be in show biz. To learn more, please visit www.ArtByCynthia.com.
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