David Kreizman

David Kreizman (born 1974) is an American soap opera writer. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia.

Kreizman was a part of the writing team for the long running CBS Daytime soap opera Guiding Light since the late 1990s. In 2004, he was promoted to the position of Head Writer by newly appointed Executive Producer Ellen Wheeler. He replaced writer Ellen Weston. Much was made of Kreizman's age, 29, at the time of his appointment as Head Writer.

In July 2009, Kreizman accepted the position of Co-Head Writer at another CBS soap opera, As the World Turns. After As the World Turns's cancellation was announced, he became Co-Head Writer of All My Children in March, 2010. He and co-head writer Donna Swajeski would share those duties until they were both replaced a year later.

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