A truly gifted writer with a unique perspective on the world, Carol Watson's all-too-brief career in Hollywood was distinguished by a number of successful projects, including a stint on staff at Comedy Central's hit TV show "South Park" and a dramatic series concept that she sold to Paramount in collaboration with legendary TV producer Norman Lear. A graduate of Stanford University, Watson's early career also included a period at the LA Times as a reporter in the paper's San Fernando Valley edition. She later received a Master's degree from USC's Graduate Screenwriting Program.
Carol Watson died in 1998 at the age of 33, cutting short a career of great promise. Her friends remember her quiet demeanor, razor-sharp wit, and boundless compassion. crazylove is her first produced screenplay and the film was dedicated in her memory.