Todd J. Greenwald

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Todd J. Greenwald
Alma mater Emerson College
OccupationTelevision producer
Years active1992–present
Known for Wizards of Waverly Place

Todd J. Greenwald is an American television producer and writer. He is the creator and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning Wizards of Waverly Place . Greenwald has also served as a producer and writer for Hannah Montana , California Dreams and City Guys .



Greenwald graduated from Emerson College in 1991. [1]


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  1. School’s network is a Hollywood hit By Sarah Rodman Globe Staff on May 22, 2010,