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My first episode of #OnceUponATime airs TONIGHT at 8/7c on ABC. So take an hour, escape into some fairytales and watch some badass leading ladies fight evil.
—Leah Fong src

Leah Fong is a writer and story editor for ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Biography

Leah Fong is a production graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.[2] She produced her first two independent features by the age of 22,[2] the short films Look Not at the Mountains! and Before the Flood, which were released in 2010.[3] As the former assistant to film producer Daniel Dubiecki (Juno', Up in the Air), she has overseen a large slate of projects and worked with writers/filmmakers, agents and studio executives to develop and package scripts.[2]

In 2011, she joined the Austin-based production company Super! Alright!, where she produced numerous commercials, music videos and branded online content for Dell, Google, and other clients.[2] In 2012, she was the producer of the short film The Cyclist,[3] which premiered at the Maryland Film Festival.[2] The year after, she served as the producer for a comedy drama film called All Together Now.[3] Eventually, she joined the crew of ABC's Once Upon a Time as a story editor and scriptwriter, after previously writing for the fantasy series The Magicians and Emerald City.[4]

Credits

Writer

Story Editor

Executive Story Editor

External links

References

  1. She produced her first two independent features by the age of 22 (source), the short films Look Not at the Mountains! and Before the Flood, which were released in 2010 (source)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 ALL TOGETHER NOW. USC School of Cinematic Arts (2013). “LEAH FONG (PRODUCER) Leah Fong produced her first two independent features by the age of 22. As assistant to producer Daniel Dubiecki (Juno, Up in the Air), she oversaw a large slate of projects and worked with writers/filmmakers, agents and studio execs to develop and package scripts. In 2011, she joined the Austin-based production company Super! Alright! through which she produced numerous commercials, music videos and branded online content for Dell, Google, and other clients. Leah is currently Head of Production for Concrete Media. Her most recent short film, Morgan Krantz’s The Cyclist will be premiering at the Maryland Film Festival in May. She is a production graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.”
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Leah Fong. IMDb. Retrieved on August 29, 2019. “Before the Flood (Short) 2010. Look Not at the Mountains! (Short) 2010.”
  4. Hot Sheet May - June 2016. USC School of Cinematic Arts. “Leah Fong '08 has been tapped as a story editor for ABC's Once Upon a Time, after previously writing for Syfy's The Magicians and NBC's Emerald City.”

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