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Hannah Friedman (September 29, 1986- ) is a Jewish American writer/director from New York. She was one of the youngest people to have been published in Newsweek magazine for her 2004 article "When Your Friends Become The Enemy" about the college application process. Friedman attended Yale University, graduating in 2008. Her play, Spread it Thin, was selected for the 2007 Yale Playwrights Festival.
In 2008 Friedman won the Procter & Gamble / New York Television Festival Flying Solo competition. The show premiered at the NYTVF and on mylifetime.com, and chronicled the writing process for her first book, Everything Sucks, which was published in August, 2009 by HCI Books.
Friedman is the daughter of noted singer/songwriter Dean Friedman.
- ↑ http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_kmnew/is_/ai_kepm440166
- ↑ "Yale Playwrights Festival". http://www.yaledramacoalition.org/archives/playwrights07.html. Retrieved November 22, 2009.
- ↑ http://www.mylifetime.com/lifestyle/entertainment/flying-solo/video/1815816476
- ↑ http://www.nytvf.com/2008_pgp_info.htm
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