She was brought up in the city of Denville. She did her schooling from Morris Knolls High School in Denville, where she led in several school plays. After graduation, she shifted to New York.
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There's Nina Wendy Malicka libido-driven ex model, Elliot Enrico Colantonithe magazine's photographer and Dennis David Spadeher father's power hungry assistant. Upon returning from what was supposed to have been a romantic and sex-filled weekend in Jamaica with a co-worker, Finch is forced to admit that nothing happened. Realizing that Courtney took advantage of his friend, Maya claims that her behavior is giving women a bad name.
Just Shoot Me! Originally focusing on the father-daughter relationship, the show quickly became a workplace ensemble piece. Brian Posehn had a recurring role as Kevin, the weird and awkward mailroom clerk.
A Work Com about Maya Gallo, a highly qualified but difficult-to-work-with journalist, who, after alienating one news anchor too many, is forced to take a job with the trashy Cosmopolitan -esque fashion magazine run by her estranged father. Originally focusing on the father-daughter bonds, it quickly became a workplace ensemble piece with supporting characters Finch the dad's personal assistant and Nina an ex-model turned writer for the magazine taking over as the main characters of the series. Was ultimately canceled due to Executive Meddling and being bounced around the schedule.
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Just Shoot Me! The show was created by Steven Levitanthe show's executive producer. The show is set at the office of fictional fashion magazine Blushcomparable to the real-life Vogue.
The most interesting cast in a new mid-season replacement show can be found in Just Shoot Mea zippy sitcom about life at a fashion magazine. The pilot set up the premise nicely: San Giacomo is Maya Gallo, single New York gal and unemployed writer, reduced to asking her estranged father for a job. Maya fancies herself too smart for this gig but agrees to work as a columnist. This is, by the way, a major false note: Contemptuous or not, no way would a New Yorker as smart as Maya not kill for a column in a successful mag like this.
A slick long-running ensemble sitcom set at a glossy women's magazine run by a bombastic publisher. Marked by sly repartee and gleeful double entendres, it follows the antics of a staff that includes the boss's daughter, a serious journalist who has no love for his publication; a hard-living fashion editor; a neurotic photographer; and a scheming, fawning assistant named Dennis, who can be quite the menace. Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Created with Sketch.