Lucy Teitler was a writer on “Deep Creek,” a comic book soap opera created by Oxygen Media in 2001 that was the first web serial, and a writer on “Quarterlife,” a drama series created by MySpace in 2008 that was the first web series to ever make the leap to network television, and she’s technically still a millennial. Since then, she has been a staff writer on the USA series “Mr. Robot,” a contributing writer at Vice’s tech mag Motherboard, and her play, “Engagements” has been produced widely and published in pink. Her feature screenplay “The Good Time Girls,” written with Courtney Hoffman, is currently in pre-production. Lucy is a graduate of EST/ Youngblood and lives in New York. She is represented by George Lane and Nancy Jones at CAA and Alex Goldstone at Anonymous Content.