Mini Bio (1)
Martha Williamson is a 35-year veteran of the entertainment industry, writing and producing television drama, sit-com, and variety. She is best known as the Executive Producer and Head Writer of the ground-breaking hit drama, "Touched By An Angel" which received 9 Emmy nominations over its nine-year run on CBS. Williamson was the first woman to solely executive-produce two shows simultaneously when she created and executive-produced "Promised Land" also for CBS. Her additional writing and producing credits include the " Signed, Sealed, Delivered" series and movie specials for Hallmark as well as specials and series for Disney, ABC, CBS, NBC, HBO and other cable networks.
A featured guest on such shows as "Oprah," "60 Minutes" and "Larry King Live" and a member of the Television & Radio Hall of Fame, Williamson received the Freedom Works Award from the U.S. Congress, the Anti-Defamation League's Deborah Award, the Edward R. Murrow Responsibility in Television Award, the Producer's Guild Nova Award, the Templeton Prize Epiphany Award, achievement awards from the NAACP, and nine Emmy nominations. She is a Trustee of her alma mater Williams College and of The Pasadena Playhouse, where she joined with Carol Burnett in establishing the Carrie Hamilton Theatre. In 2003, she was appointed by the President to the White House Council for Service and Civic Participation and served on its Board for two years.
Martha is a native of Denver, Colorado and lives in Southern California with her husband, Jon C. Andersen, and their two daughters.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: MW
|Jon C. Andersen||(February 1998 - present) ( 2 children)|