Marc Cherry was Creator and Executive Producer of ABC’s mega-hit series, "Desperate Housewives," for eight successful seasons. In its first season, "Desperate Housewives" won two Golden Globe® Awards for Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy), and the People’s Choice Awards fans voted the show as Favorite New Television Drama in 2005. To date, the show has won 7 Emmys®, 3 Golden Globes, 33 other awards and 110 nominations. Upon winning $15,000 on the Dick Clark game show "$100,000 Pyramid," Cherry took his winnings and moved to Hollywood to pursue a career in writing. He began as a personal assistant to Dixie Carter on the set of "Designing Women" and soon garnered writer/producer credits on the classic series, "The Golden Girls." Cherry has a development deal with ABC Studios under the banner Cherry/Wind Productions with Executive Producer partner Sabrina Wind.