In his career Racina authored over 150 books and written 4,000 broadcast hours of television.
Racina's TV credits include writing for SEARCH FOR TOMORROW (1980), GENERAL HOSPITAL (1981-1984), DAYS OF OUR LIVES (1984-1986), ANOTHER WORLD (1986-1988), GENERATIONS (1988-1991) and SANTA BARBARA (1991-1992), besides writing for the much-acclaimed nighttime series, FAMILY (1978-1979). As a writer for the soaps, he received five Emmy nominations (for DAYS OF OUR LIVES and GENERAL HOSPITAL), one specifically for "Luke & Laura's Wedding on" GH- the single highest-rated episode in daytime history (30 million people tuned in). He also worked in Hamburg and Toronto writing FAMILY PASSIONS (1993-1994), a Canadian/German production.
Of his years writing for TV, he says on his web site, "It was a treadmill, but so much fun to play God."
- Thom Racina Interview Archive
- WE LOVE SOAPS TV 2.63 Thom Racina & Greg Turner