Joyce Eliason

Joyce Eliason (born May 14, 1934) is an American television writer and producer. She is best known for writing TV miniseries including Titanic and The Last Don, and for the TV film The Jacksons: An American Dream.[1] Eliason was one of the writers for the hit television series Love, American Style[2] and wrote her first screenplay Tell Me a Riddle in 1980.[3][4]

Joyce Eliason
Born (1934-05-14) May 14, 1934
OccupationScreenwriter, television producer

Eliason wrote two books before becoming a screenwriter, Fresh Meat/Warm Weather in 1974 and Laid Out in 1976.[5][6]

Selected filmography

Eliason is principally a writer, but she also frequently serves as a producer on films which she has written. A partial filmography is shown below.[7][8]

as writer
as producer


  1. "Joyce Eliason - Rotten Tomatoes".
  2. Love, American Style on IMDb
  3. Tell Me a Riddle on IMDb
  4. "Movies on TNT: A Perfect Day".
  5. Eliason, Joyce, Fresh Meat/Warm Weather, Harper & Row, 1974, ISBN 0-06-011241-7
  6. Eliason, Joyce, Laid Out, Harper & Row, 1976, ISBN 0-06-011119-4
  7. "Movies - The New York Times".
  8. "Joyce Eliason Biography (1934-)".
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