Constance, a 33-year member of the Writers Guild of America, currently has several television projects in development, in addition to teaching a masters class in Television Pilot Writing at UCLA as well as The University of Georgia.

She has sold feature film scripts to Universal, Disney, Twentieth Century Fox and Sony Studios before moving into the field of television. She created "Savannah," the firstone-hour drama for the WB Network (now The CW), followed by the long-running series "Charmed." The 2018 re-boot of the original "Charmed," now heading into its third season, was also created by Constance. 

She was a writer and Co-Executive Producer of the televisionseries: "Instinct," based on the novel "Killer Games" by the award-winning novelist James Patterson, and was a writer and Executive Producerof "Royal Pains" for the USA Network.  Other television shows she has written and produced include: "The Fosters," "Starter Wife," "In Plain Sight," "Eureka," "Ed,"  and "Judging Amy," as well as writing and producing for two of David E. Kelley's award-winning shows: "Boston Public" and "Ally McBeal."  

Constance Burge
Education: 
  • B.A., Theatre Arts, UCLA
  • MFA, Playwriting, UCLA
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