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Susie Lewis is the co-creator of the American animated television series . Daria   
Personal life [ edit ]
Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. 
Lewis's career began after moving to New York where she applied for an internship at MTV and then began working on
producing the music video segments. Beavis and Butt-Head She chose and edited the videos that the duo watched and oversaw the writing and recording of their comments.  She and  Glenn Eichler were later asked to become co-creators for a spin-off of the show called ), built around the character Daria Daria Morgendorffer, who originally appeared as the intelligent, sarcastic foil to Beavis and Butthead.   Daria came at a request for a "show for girls" from MTV executives, so it was fitting that one of the co-creators would be a woman, and that women would make up a sizable chunk of the writing and directing teams. 
Filmography [ edit ]
TV Series and TV Series Shorts
Supervising Producer (58 episodes)
Producer (Season 1)
Pinch Sitter (1997)
Creative Supervisor (1 episode)
Hip Hop Shop
No. 1 Countdown: Rock
Executive Producer (2 episodes)
Executive Producer (2002)
Cheat! Pringles Gamers Guide
Executive Producer (2002)
Co-creator, Writer, Producer, Creative Supervisor (Season 1-3), Creative Consultant (Season 4), Voice Actress (Andrea)
Daria Dance Party (1999), Write Where It Hurts (1998), Fair Enough (1998) The Big House (1997), Cafe Disaffecto (1997), Too Cute (1997)
Voice Actress (Andrea)
Beavis and Butt-Head
Co-Producer (156 episodes)
Voice Actress (13 episodes)
TV Specials and Documentaries
The CMT Music Awards 2006
MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Series
References [ edit ]
^ Gates, Anita (May 16, 1999). "TELEVISION / RADIO; In Praise of the Most Unpopular Girl at Lawndale". The New York Times.
^ Gates, Anita (January 26, 2002). "Still the Sane if Not Successful Voice, Daria Bows Out". The New York Times.
^ Kuczynski, Alex (May 11, 1998). "Beavis and Butt-head's Feminine Side". The New York Times.
^ a b c "The Oral History of 'Daria. '" Vice . Retrieved . 2017-04-07
^ Andrews, John Garrett (July 22, 2014). "Daria the Untold Tale Part 2".
^ Saraiya, Sonia (2017-03-01). ". 'Daria' 20 Years Later: Producers Behind MTV's Iconic Cartoon Look Back" Variety . Retrieved . 2017-04-07
^ "Female-written 'Daria' was groundbreaking and would still be an exception today" . Retrieved . 2017-04-09
^ a b c "Susie Lewis". IMDb . Retrieved . 2017-03-28
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