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      Gloria Calderon Kellett

      Gloria Calderon Kellett

      Highest Rated: 100% Queering the Script (2019)

      Lowest Rated: 100% Queering the Script (2019)

      Birthday: Apr 11, 1975

      Birthplace: Portland, Oregon, USA

      Writer/producer Gloria Calderon Kellett was a primary force behind such popular television comedies as "How I Met Your Mother" (CBS, 2005-2014) and the updated "One Day at a Time" (Netflix/Pop, 2017- ). Born April 11, 1975, she was raised in Beaverton, Oregon and later, San Diego, California, where she graduated from San Diego High School. From there, Kellett studied communication and theater arts at Loyola Marymount and then acting and writing at the University of London; she also wrote several plays while at both schools, including "Plane Strangers," which won a Kennedy Center/ACTF Award for Fir Play, and "When Words are Many," which was named among the finalists for the London Writers Award. Upon returning to Los Angeles, Kellett performed as a stand-up and improv comic and occasional actor, but began pursuing a career as a writer for television at the suggestion of writer/director Cameron Crowe ("Almost Famous," 2000), for whom she worked as a second assistant on the film "Vanilla Sky" (2001). She earned her first writing credit for an episode of the sitcom "Quintuplets" (Fox, 2004-2005) before joining the staff of "How I Met Your Mother" as a writer, executive story editor and co-producer. From there, she served as writer and supervising producer on CBS's "Rules of Engagement" (2007-2013) and Lifetime's Devious Maids" (ABC, 2013-2016) for producer Marc Cherry ("Desperate Housewives," ABC, 2004-2012). In 2017, she teamed with TV veteran Mike Royce ("Everybody Loves Raymond," 2005-2010) to develop an updated version of Norman Lear's "One Day at a Time" (CBS, 1975-1984). The new series, produced with Lear for Netflix, shifted the focus to a Cuban-American family led by former Army medic Justina Machado and her mother, played by Rita Moreno. A critical hit for Netflix upon its debut in 2017, "Time" earned Emmy and Peabody Award nominations and won several ALMA and Imagen laurels, but its modest ratings led to a surprise cancellation in 2019. Dedicated fan support and tireless work by Kellett and Royce led to the series' revival on Pop that same year.

      Highest rated movies

      Queering the Script



      100% No Score Yet Queering the Script Unknown (Character) - 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Cups & Robbers Anna (Character) - 2017
      No Score Yet 76% Stripped Unknown (Voice) - 2014


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      100% 82% With Love Executive Producer,
      2021 2023
      60% 63% Lopez vs Lopez Director 2023
      40% 37% United We Fall Ms. Molina (Guest Star),
      99% 90% One Day at a Time Executive Producer,
      No Score Yet 51% Busy Tonight Guest 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter Guest 2017
      67% 89% The Real O'Neals Woman (Guest Star) 2016
      92% 69% iZombie Writer 2015
      33% 86% Mixology Writer 2014
      76% 76% Trophy Wife Maggie (Guest Star) 2014
      No Score Yet 80% Rules of Engagement Writer 2010-2012
      84% 85% How I Met Your Mother Rachel (Guest Star),
      2005-2007 2010