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Jeannie Roshar

Jeannie Roshar is a writer and director, known for Sometimes Pretty Girls (2011), Bun in the Oven 2: The Rebirth (2014) and Small Hand (2012). See full bio »

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Hide Hide Show Show Writer (11 credits)
  Life Hacks for Kids (TV Series short) (creator - 46 episodes, 2014 - 2017) (created by - 1 episode, 2017)
- Unicorn Party Hacks (2017) ... (creator)
- Fantastic Fall Hacks (2017) ... (creator)
- Pom Pom Hacks (2017) ... (creator)
- Shell Hacks for Real Life Mermaids (2017) ... (creator)
- Bored on a Bus Hacks (2017) ... (creator)
 2015 I Love DIY (TV Mini-Series)
 2015 $100 Pet Challenge (TV Mini-Series) (1 episode)
 2012 Small Hand (Short)
 2011 Sometimes Pretty Girls (Short)
 2010 Bun in the Oven (Short) (written by)
 2008 I Own You (Short)
 2007 Google Me (Documentary) (written by)
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Show Show Actress (17 credits)
Show Show Location management (1 credit)
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She is the Festival Director for the L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival along with Gary Anthony Williams.

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