About the Creator, Terrie Frankel


"Terrie Frankel is one of the most underrated songwriters in the US and I have loved her work for many years. Together with her late twin, Jennie, they wrote many wonderful songs as well as book and lyrics for several productions."

                  Helen Reddy, Pop Singer /Songwriter, "I am Woman"

Born in Chicago, Terrie attended Chicago Music College of Roosevelt University on scholarship. Terrie and her identical twin sister, Jennie, sang the Original Doublemint Gum jingle, "Double your pleasure, double your fun with double good, double good, Doublemint gum!" in the late 1960's for the Arthur Meyerhoff Advertising company - the jingle that made the gum famous. The twins went on to perform with the United Servicemen's Organization (USO) in Vietnam, the Outrigger Hotel in Hawaii, various venues around the world, The Comedy Stores in both Hollywood and Westwood, California and Bud Friedman's Improv.

Terrie spent many years in Hollywood where she was a producer, screenwriter and composer. She served two terms on the Board of Directors of the Producers Guild of America, served on the Board of Governors of the Hollywood Script Writing Institute and is presently a member of the Producers Guild of America, the Recording Academy (Grammy’s) and ASCAP. Terrie and Jennie helped David Letterman get his first big break in Hollywood , writing for The Tonight Show –starring Johnny Carson. The twins also wrote, directed and produced Dr. Phil’s first TV pilot, "Solutions - The Dr. Philip McGraw Show." Terrie co-wrote "Lunch Wagon" a feature film that was the largest grossing independent movie of that year. Jennie and Terrie also co-wrote the feature film "High Heels", starring Morton Downey Jr.

Terrie and Jennie’s New York Times and Los Angeles Times Best Seller, “You’ll Never Make Love in This Town Again”, sold over 450,000 copies. The twins also co-wrote: “Tales From the Casting Couch”, “Unfinished Lives”, “Nicole Brown Simpson: Private Diary of a Life Interrupted” (Terrie ghostwriter) and “I Know You Really Want To Tell Me But I Really Don’t Want to Know”, a parody about the O.J. Simpson Best Seller.

Terrie and Jennie have been included in Marquis Who’s Who of American Women, Marquis Who’s Who of the West, Marquis Who’s Who in America and Marquis Who’s Who in the World. Terrie presently lives in Sedona, Arizona.

"Live While You Can" Music Video written by Terrie Frankel from Dorothy Parker Tribute on Vimeo.

The '68 Frankel Tour of South Vietnam 

In 1968 Terrie and her twin sister Jennie auditioned for the USO. Their first shows were to the Great Lakes Naval base north of Chicago. In the Fall of 1968 they toured for the USO in South Vietnam. Joey Bishop led the troupe to many bases and outposts and received warm welcomes where ever they went. See pictures in the YouTube video song, "Live While You Can", featured above.


Dorothy Parker Gallery

Pictures from the film Room Enough For Two.

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The Parker Play Overview
This play was created both as a tribute to Dorothy Parker, who I feel was one of the greatest female humorist of the 20th century, and as a vehicle to show case my life long love to make people smile, laugh, and to write inspiring music.

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