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October 18, 2012

Kimberley Romana Wells, Publicist Turned Writer

Wells made a transition from P.R. to writing and found work on many television series.

Kimberley Romana Wells, a publicist who became a writer for television, died May 5, 2012, in Los Angeles. She was 56.

According to news reports, the cause was brain cancer.

Wells began her career in publicity and worked for the PR firm Rogers and Cowan. She then became a writer for television.

Her TV credits included episodes of 227, Out of This World, Kate & Allie, The Munsters Today, Beverly Hills, 90210, Love Boat: The Next Wave and Diagnosis Murder.

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