From 'Nip/Tuck' To High School 'Glee'

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hide captionRyan Murphy drew on his own experiences of singing in a choir for Glee.

Michael Buckner
Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy drew on his own experiences of singing in a choir for Glee.

Michael Buckner

Best known for creating the TV series Nip/Tuck, writer, director and producer Ryan Murphy turns his attention to high school in Glee, his upcoming comedy series for Fox. The series features a high school choir director and his ragtag group of singers.

In addition to his television work, Murphy has penned screenplays for Running With Scissors as well as Eat, Pray, Love, based on Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir.

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