Deborah Oppenheimer
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Academy Award winning producer Deborah Oppenheimer served as an executive producer for the "George Lopez" sitcom TV series.
Basic Information
Name Deborah Oppenheimer
Born (1954-08-27) August 27, 1954 (age 66)[1]
Birthplace: Valley Stream, NY, U.S.
Occupation: TV/Film Producer
Years Active: 1981-present
Family/Personal Information
Character Information
Involved with/Appeared on: George Lopez (TV series)
Job on series/
Appeared as:
Executive Producer, 119 episodes in series

Deborah Oppenheimer served as an executive producer on George Lopez. An award-winning American television and film producer. For her work on the documentary film Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport, which won an Oscar Award in 2001 for the best documentary film; she shared the award with Mark Jonathan Harris.


Deborah's work as a TV producer includes such popular TV shows as the NBC-TV sitcom series Valerie, The Oblongs, George Lopez, and The Drew Carey Show. She also served as a producer for the short-lived TV shows Freddie (the GL spinoff, starring Freddie Prinze, Jr.), Norm (starring Norm McDonald), Wanda at Large (starring Wanda Sykes), and Nikki. She later became vice president for production at Lorimar Television, a company that is now part of the Warner Brothers Group. In 2013, she joined Carnival Films as Executive Vice President.[2]


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