Shonda Rhimes

Rhimes in 2016 Shonda Lynn Rhimes, (born January 13, 1970) is an American television producer and screenwriter, and founder of the production company Shondaland. Inducted into the Television Hall of Fame and NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame, Rhimes became known as the showrunner—creator, head writer, and executive producer—of the medical drama ''Grey's Anatomy'' (2005–present), its spin-off ''Private Practice'' (2007–2013) and the political thriller ''Scandal'' (2012–2018), becoming the first woman to create three television dramas that have achieved the 100 episode milestone.

She has served as the executive producer of the ABC thriller series ''How to Get Away with Murder'' (2014–2020), the Netflix period series ''Bridgerton'' (2020–present) and ''Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story'' (2023), and drama ''Inventing Anna'' (2022). She has been nominated five times for a Primetime Emmy Award, won a Golden Globe Award, and received special honors at the British Academy Television Awards and International Emmy Awards.

In 2017, she was inducted as a Chair's Appointee of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences‘s executive committee. She is also part of the USC Film Council and the Writers Guild Inclusion Committee.

In 2007, 2013, and 2021, Rhimes was named by ''Time'' to the ''Time'' 100, their annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. As of 2023, she is one of the richest women entertainers in America, with a net worth of $250 million. In 2015, she published her first book, a memoir, ''Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand in the Sun, and Be Your Own Person''. In 2016, Rhimes formed The Rhimes Family Foundation whose mission is to support arts, education, and activism. Provided by Wikipedia

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