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Garth Wingfield

Garth Wingfield is a New York City-based entertainment writer, playwright, television writer and advertising copywriter. His play Flight (about Charles Lindbergh) was produced Off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. His plays have been performed in New York, Los Angeles, London and Miami. His work has been published by Samuel French, Vintage Books/Random House, Smith & Kraus and Playscripts, Inc. For TV, Garth wrote three episodes for the first season of Showtime’s Queer as Folk and was a staff writer on the ABC comedy Clueless. Garth has more than 25 years of advertising and editorial experience, including seven years at NYC theatrical agency SpotCo where he worked on campaigns for Broadway shows like Chicago, Billy Elliott, Gypsy and all of Manhattan Theatre Club’s productions. Visit him at garthwingfield.com.

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