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David E. Kelley

David E. Kelley (born April 4, 1956) is an American television producer.

Born in Waterville, Maine, he attended Princeton University and Boston University School of Law[?] and initially worked as a lawyer in Boston. Only in the 1980s he became involved with screenwriting[?]; initially, he wrote several episodes for the L.A. Law[?], which he later produced as well, and later created the Picket Fences[?], Chicago Hope, The Practice[?], and Ally McBeal series.

Kelley married actress Michelle Pfeiffer in 1993. They have two children, a girl adopted by Pfeiffer before the marriage and a son.

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