Talicia Raggs

Talented TV & Feature Writer, Supervising Producer, Lecturer



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Talicia Raggs, a native of Gary, Indiana, and alumnae of the University of Southern California Cinema-Television Production program (now School of Cinematic Arts), has had an interesting and varied Hollywood existence.  She has appeared on VH1’s Fanclub (Dave Matthews Band) and The Amazing Race, and has produced shows for Debbie Allen and B.E.T.  In early pursuit of her writing dream, Talicia was an invited fellow in the esteemed CBS Writer’s InitiativeGuy Hanks/ Marvin Miller Fellowship Program, and the WGA Writer’s Access Program. She then went place as a finalist or semi-finalist in several top fellowship programs including DisneyWarner Bros., Sundance, Nickelodeon and Project Greenlight.  Talicia officially started her career as a writer’s assistant on ABC’s Commander in Chief, and has written on staff for NBC’s short-lived Thick & Thin, TNT’s Emmy-nominated Saving Grace, CBS’s NYC 22, the NBC reboot of IRONSIDE, Freeform’s Switched at Birth, CW’s The Originals, and is currently Co-Executive Producer on CBS’s NCIS: New Orleans.  Talicia has been a guest lecturer at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, and is currently wrapping up her M.F.A. at California State University’s Master of Fine Arts Program in Screenwriting and looks forward to using techniques mastered in the curriculum in her future plans of teaching.

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