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Feeling grateful and emotional for a truly amazing experience #OnceWonderland this show is phenomenal and I could not be more proud.

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Rina Mimoun is a consulting producer and writer for ABC's Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.


Rina Mimoun is an Amican television writer and producer. Her career began at the age of 21 with a Writers Guild of America internship on the Fox comedy Ned and Stacey and a first staff writer job on the UPN sitcom Guys Like Us. She scored her big break when then-Dawson's Creek showrunner Greg Berlanti hired her as a writer on the teen drama series.[1] She has also written for the TV shows Jack & Jill, Everwood, Gilmore Girls, Pushing Daisies, Eastwick , and Hart of Dixie.

She served as a supervising producer on the American drama television series Everwood for the first 12 episodes of season 1. She was made a co-executive producer for the rest of season 1 and the entirety of season 2. She then became an executive producer and the showrunner for seasons 3 and 4 after creator Greg Berlanti left the series.[2] Mimoun developed and executive-produced Privileged for The CW Television Network, based on the Zoey Dean novel How To Teach Filthy Rich Girls.[3] She also served as an executive producer on the American mystery drama and soap opera Mistresses, which was cancelled after four seasons.[1]

Mimoun has been married to actor Scott Weinger since 2008.[4] Together they have a son, who was born in 2009.[5]



Consulting Producer

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