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Susannah Grant
Born January 4, 1963
New York City, New York

Susannah Grant (born January 4, 1963) is an award-winning American screenwriter and director. She wrote the screenplays for Ever After, Erin Brockovich, directed by Steven Soderbergh, 28 Days and Disney's Pocahontas. For Erin Brockovich she received an Oscar nomination in 2001. After her nomination Grant adapted In Her Shoes and Charlotte's Web for the screen, as well as wrote and directed Catch and Release, starring Jennifer Garner. She is also an Amherst College alumna, having graduated in 1984. She later was accepted to the American Film Institute, and received the Nicholl Fellowship in screenwriting.[1]

Grant was featured in The Dialogue.

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