Gretchen J. Berg

Gretchen J. Berg

Highest Rated: 12% Valentine (2001)

Lowest Rated: 12% Valentine (2001)

Birthday: Feb 8, 1971

Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Gretchen Berg is a television writer and producer best known for her work on "Pushing Daisies" and "Women's Murder Club." Berg studied at Northwestern University in Illinois, where she furthered her interest in drama and met writing partner Aaron Harberts. After graduating, she landed a job as a production assistant on the sitcom "Caroline in the City" and in 1998 joined the writing staff of the Aaron Spelling teen drama "Beverly Hills, 90210." Berg has since worked as a freelance writer on numerous television shows, including "Roswell," "Pushing Daisies," and "Wonderfalls." In addition to her writing responsibilities, Berg has also been an executive producer on a number of shows, including the short-lived "John Doe," about a crime-solving amnesiac, and the 2007-2008 series"Women's Murder Club," about a group of women who come together to solve murder cases. In 2006 Berg and Harberts served as writers, producers, and creators of "Pepper Dennis," a network sitcom that starred Rebecca Romijn as a Chicago news reporter struggling to balance family, work, and love. Since 2009 Berg has worked on the writing and producing team of "Mercy," a medical drama centered on the nurses of the fictional Mercy Hospital.




12% 33% Valentine Screenwriter $20.4M 2001


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84% 42% Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer 2017-2021
86% 85% Reign Executive Producer,
69% 78% Revenge Executive Producer,
42% 72% GCB Writer 2012
18% 66% Off the Map Writer 2011
25% 75% Mercy Executive Producer 2009-2010
96% 95% Pushing Daisies Writer 2008-2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet Women's Murder Club Writer 2007
19% No Score Yet Pepper Dennis Writer 2006
No Score Yet 90% Roswell Writer 2000-2002