Dennis E. Leoni is the creator and producer of
Resurrection Blvd., a dramatic television series that ran on Showtime for three seasons from 2000-2002. This collection consists of scripts,
production books, schedules and call sheets, memos, correspondence, resumes, head shots, art department materials, press kits,
clippings and video cassettes related to the program.
Dennis Leoni is the creator and executive producer of the Showtime dramatic series Resurrection Blvd. He also shares writing credits for various episodes of the series. Leoni was born in Tucson, Arizona. After attending the
University of Arizona, Leoni began his career in the film and television industry as an actor and stunt man. Later, he worked
his way into production via the hit television series Hawaii Five-O. While in Hawaii, he wrote his first screenplay, which led to various writing assignments for several popular television
series including Covington Cross and The Commish. In addition to Resurrection Blvd. Leoni's television and film credits include Almost a Woman, Untombed, McKenna, Raven, Hull Street High, Bordertown, The Madness of Hanna Louise, and The Hunted White House. He has received numerous awards including the 2001 National Council of La Raza Alma Award for Outstanding Dramatic Series,
the Nosotros Golden Eagle Award, the LEMI Vision Award, and the National Hispanic Media Coalition Impact Award. Leoni was
also the recipient of the Imagen Foundation's 2002 Norman Lear Writer's Award which honors the outstanding achievements of
a Latino writer. He has served on the Board of Trustees for the National Association of Latino Independent Producers, a national
membership organization that addresses the professional needs of Latino/Latina independent producers.
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