Beverly Bridges
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Screenwriter/Author Beverly Bridges wrote or co-wrote five episodes of "Quantum Leap" in Seasons 3-5.
Personal Information
Birthname: Christine Dawson
Gender: Female
Born: (1956-11-30) November 30, 1956 (age 63)
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
Website/URL http://www.beverlybridges.com
Career information
Occupation/
Career:
Author, Playwright, Screenwriter
Years active: 1980's-present
Appears on/involved with: Quantum Leap (TV series)
Job on series co=wrote 5 episodes in Seasons 3-5

Beverly Bridges (born November 30, 1956) co-wrote five episode of Quantum Leap in Seasons 3-5 including the episode "The Great Spontini" with Cristy Dawson.

Biography[edit | edit source]

As an author, filmmaker, screenwriter, librettist, composer and lyricist, Beverly is a multi-talented artist. She has written four books for children: "The Gold Feathers", "Fairies in the Attic", "The Pixy Dust Factory", and "Birdie and the Princess Rescuers."

In addition to writing several screenplays, Beverly has had over ten hours of episodic dramatic produced, most notably for the television shows "Quantum Leap" and "Covington Cross." As a documentary film writer/director/producer, Beverly completed "Patches of Hope" and "Fairies." As a composer/lyricist/librettist Beverly has written two musicals: "Step Into A Fable" and "Where The Music Begins."

Beverly was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Stamford, Connecticut. She's had homes in Manhattan, San Francisco, London and Los Angeles. She now makes her home in Orange County, California. After the untimely death of a cherished friend, Beverly became the godmother to twins, Annie and Susie, who bring countless blessings into Beverly's life every day.


Episodes co-written by Bridges[edit | edit source]

  1. "A Hunting We Will Go (episode)"
  2. "Permanent Wave (episode)"
  3. "Raped (episode)"
  4. "The Play's The Thing (episode)"
  5. "The Great Spontini

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