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thomas lennon
An award-winning writer and documentary filmmaker, Thomas Lennon's work has aired on commercial and public television, including the acclaimed 1998 PBS series "The Irish in America," and the Academy Award-nominated 1996 program, "The Battle over Citizen Kane," which was produced for "The American Experience" PBS series.

In addition to "Jefferson's Blood," Lennon and his production company, the Lennon Documentary Group, have produced several other FRONTLINE documentaries, including:

"The Choice '92," an election special profiling the lives of presidential candidates George Bush and Bill Clinton; "Tabloid Truth: The Michael Jackson Scandal;" and the Emmy-winning "Seven Days in Bensonhurst," examining the racial and political firestorm in New York resulting from the murder of a young black man by white youths.

Additional FRONTLINE credits include: "Racism 101," a look at racial tension and violence on America's college campuses; "Black America's War," an exploration of black Americans' attitudes toward the Gulf War; and "Coming from Japan," one Japanese intellectual's view on Japan's troubled expansion into the global market.

Thomas Lennon has been honored with most of television's major awards, including the Writer's Guild Award, two national Emmys, and the George Foster Peabody Award.

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