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Susan MacGillicuddy Susan MacGillicuddy i(A125280 works by)
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Based on the Gold Coast, Susan MacGillicuddy has been writing for Australian television since the early 1990s. Between 1993 and 1994, she wrote episodes of medical drama G.P., followed by episodes of the Australian Children's Television Foundation (ACTF) series Sky Trackers (1994) and teen drama Heartbreak High (1994). Also in 1994, she contributed to the television murder-mystery series Heartland, starring Cate Blanchett and Ernie Dingo, for which she co-wrote (with Ro Hume) three of the thirteen episodes.

Other programs to which MacGillicuddy contributed scripts in the 1990s include Australian-made American production Flipper (1995), medical drama Medivac (1996-1997), and teen drama Raw FM (1997).

MacGillicuddy continued her work for the ACTF with scripts for Crash Zone (1999-2001) and Legacy of the Silver Shadow (2002). She also worked for Jonathan M. Shiff Productions, contributing scripts to Wicked Science (2004-2006) and H2O: Just Add Water (2006-2008), as well as acting as concept developer for Scooter: Secret Agent (2005).

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form y separately published work icon G. P. ( dir. Peter Andrikidis et. al. )agent 1989 Australia : ABC Television Roadshow Coote and Carroll , 1989-1996 7819205 1989 series - publisher film/TV

G.P. is an Australian television series that ran for eight seasons. Set in and around a fictional general medical practice in an inner-city suburb, the storylines explore the professional and personal lives of the doctors and staff who worked there.

1992 winner Logie Awards Most Outstanding Drama Series
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