Jenji Leslie Kohan is an American writer and television producer. She is best known as the creator of the comedy series - the drama Showtime Weeds and the comedy series - the Netflix drama series Orange Is the New Black. She has received nine Emmy nominations, including one as supervising producer of the comedy series Tracey Takes On.
|Born||Jenji Leslie Kohan, July 05, 1969, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
|Occupation||Television writer, producer|
|Parent(s)||Buz Kohan, Rhea Kohan|
|Relatives||David Kohan (brother), Jono Kohan (brother)|
|IMDb||Jenji Kohan's IMDb|
Showtime nominated author, producer and creator, like Showtime's Weeds and Netflix original series, Orange Is the New Black
Along with many other Los Angeles celebrities, she arrived at Beverly Hills High School using the posh zip code 90210.
In 2007, she received a nomination from the American Producer Association for her work in the Weeds series.
She has three children with Christopher Noxon, a writer.
She created the hit series Weeds, starring Mary Louise Parker as Nancy Botwin who smoked marijuana.
- Sunbathing people
- California Television Producer
- Award Winner of the American Writers Association
- Jewish writer
Latest information about Jenji Kohan updated on May 10 2021.