Judy Benowitz graduated with a MA in Professional Writing from Kennesaw State University in Georgia. She has a BA in Drama from the University of California, Irvine. Her many TV, Stage, and Screen Credits include Archie Bunker's Place, starring Carrol O’Connor at CBS Studios in Los Angeles, and The Gong Show, a Chuck Barris Production. Benowitz appeared in The University of Southern California Cinema’s Boy with Wings. She played Rosie Alvarez on stage at The Laguna Forum’s Bye Bye Birdie, in Laguna Beach, California and has additional training in ballet, freestyle, and voice.

Her publishing credits include the following:


 “Nursing Home Cafeteria,” Deborah Ford’s Grits (Girls Raised in the South) Friends are Forevah, published by Dutton.

 “Ivah Ree’s Fixer Upper,” Brush Brooms and Straw Ticks, Hometown Memories Publishing Company, Hickory, North Carolina.

"Zoom Passover," Bartow History Museum. 


“Buck,” The Georgia Writers Association’s digital magazine, The Georgia Authority. Turn to page 38…/the-georgia-wr…/0965678001425527058

“Cattle Rustlers,” The Georgia Writers Association’s digital magazine, The Georgia Authority.
 IssuuAugust 10, 2016

 “Boater-head,” won first place in the Georgia Writers Museum’s 2015 Creative Writing Contest. 
"My Son the Actor," Atlanta Jewish Times. December 8, 2017.


“The Ties that Bind,” is a forward to the book, Heroically Well Adjusted, by Greg Langford, Amazon publishing.


2016 Who’s Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Kennesaw State University, Georgia.

Capstone, Kennesaw State University
Benowitz, Judy, "Highway 11: A Memoir" (2017). Master of Arts in Professional Writing Capstones. 20.

Kennesaw State University 
SOAR Interview 
Scholarly Online Access Repository 

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