Bettina Bradbury was an American television writer.
Bradbury studied Film/History at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
She was the daughter of American science fiction writer Ray Bradbury.
Bradbury wrote primarily for television soap operas, beginning with Capitol in 1984. She would go on to write for Santa Barbara, One Life to Live, As the World Turns, Days of Our Lives, and All My Children, for which she received nine Daytime Emmy Award nominations, winning three.
For the last several years, she had been writing a memoir, titled Growing Up Bradbury: Life With A Saturday Father.
Bradbury died January 13, 2019, in Phoenix, Arizona. She was 63.