What You Should Know About Shonda Rhimes (Vanity Fair)


[[{“fid”:“11491”,“view_mode”:“default”,“fields”:{“format”:“default”,“field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]”:“Vanity Fair”,“field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]”:“”},“type”:“media”,“link_text”:null,“attributes”:{“alt”:“Vanity Fair”,“height”:100,“width”:100,“style”:“font-size: 13.0080003738403px; line-height: 1.538em;”,“class”:“media-element file-default”}}]]Describing Shonda Rhimes ’91 as “TV’s first lady of network drama,”Vanity Fair shares some of the habits, quirks, and passions of the writer and creator of television’s Grey’s AnatomyPrivate Practice, andScandal.

“The higher Rhimes ascends in the Hollywood pecking order,” writesVanity Fair, “the more she clings to her writerly, Dartmouth-educated roots, skipping L.A. nightlife to raise her two adopted girls, listen to composer Rachel Portman’s tunes, or plow through heaps of books on her nightstand.”

Read the full story, published in the September 2013 issue of Vanity Fair.

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