Marion Zola
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Marion Zola

My two great loves are animals and writing. From Brooklyn orignally, I'm one of the numerous Hollywood transplants. Originally a high school English teacher, I traded the streets of the Bronx, for the palm trees of L.A. Coming out to the West Coast with a screenwriting deal, I wrote TV sitcoms and movies and continued writing screenplays. In 1981 I wrote "All The Good Ones Are Married," which became a movie for Lifetime in 2009. I also did some producing: a feature entitled "Midnight Kiss," and I currently co-produce "Shelter Me," a documentary series, about the great value of shelter dogs that shows on PBS. My new book, "Romancing the Dog, The Struggle To Make a Pound Dog Happy in Beverly Hills" chronicles the life and times of one such beloved shelter dog. You can usually find me hanging out at dog rescue group adoption events.
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