Exploring the life of the man behind Ally McBeal, this book chronicles how David E. Kelly became one of the most exciting writer/creator/producers working in television today. Starting out as a young lawyer with almost no writing experience, Kelly ended up scripting some of the best episodes of L.A. Law before going on to create Picket Fences, Chicago Hope, and The Practice—and then went on to marry Michelle Pfeiffer. This biography also examines the phenomenon of a female character named Ally who became so popular, so loved, and so reviled that she graced the cover of Time magazine.
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