It all started...
...in a small town. It really did. And, after that, it continued in a big city.
Liz Fodor started as a classical violinist and officially hit the art and literary scene in her parents' dining room when Crayon On Wall was all the rage. Her passion for the arts eventually lead to a Studio Art degree from Manhattanville College and, later, a Professional Certificate in Screenwriting from NYU, as well as a credit in composition from The Juilliard School.
Her multi-artistic background and endless curiosity opened the door to a career in television and film.
She's won several awards, including: Promax/BDAs, New York Festival Award, Gracie Allen Award, Telly Award and has been honored by VH1's Best Week Ever, Promax's Best of Cable, and was Emmy-considered for her song lyric work. (Also, Whoopi Goldberg told her she liked her writing on set during a Spongebob special shoot and she almost passed out.)
Also, Liz reeeaaaaaally hates talking about herself in the third person.