Gina Fattore is an American television writer, producer and author. Fattore worked on Dawson's Creek from Season 3 until the series concluded in 2003.


Fattore is known for her work on Dawson's Creek, Gilmore Girls, Californication and, more recently, on Showtime series Masters of Sex and NBC drama Parenthood.[1] In 2015 she did a TEDxtalk on identity, feminism and womanhood.[1] Fattore is currently working on her first book about the 18th century novelist and diarist Frances Burney.[2]


  • Fattore was hired on Dawson's Creek originally as an Executive Story Editor based on a spec script she wrote for FOX dramedy Ally McBeal[3].


Indian SummerFour to TangoNorthern LightsThe Longest DayCrime and PunishmentTo Green, with LoveTrue LoveThe Song Remains the SameDay Out of Days


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 TEDxtalk –
  3. ATX 2015 –
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.