Jennifer Weiner is an American writer, television producer, and journalist. She is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her debut novel, published in 2001, was Good in Bed. Her novel In Her Shoes was made into a movie starring Cameron Diaz, Toni Collette, and Shirley MacLaine.
|Born:||Mar 28, 1970, DeRidder, Louisiana|
|Genre:||Fiction, Women's fiction|
|Notable works:||Good in Bed (2001), In Her Shoes (2002)|
|Twitter:||Jennifer Weiner's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Jennifer Weiner's IMDb|
About Jennifer Weiner
Famous for a number of New York Times bestselling novels -- including Best Friends Forever; In Her Shoes; and Good In Bed -- Weiner also worked as a journalist, screenwriter, and producer.
After earning an English degree from Princeton University, she became a columnist for a State College, Pennsylvania-based newspaper and for a Lexington, Kentucky publication before ultimately accepting a features writing position with The Philadelphia Inquirer.
She wrote and produced a short-lived ABC Family series titled State of Georgia.
She was born in Louisiana but raised primarily in Connecticut. Her marriage to lawyer Adam Bonin resulted in two children; following her 2010 separation from Bonin, she became involved with Bill Syken.
Her 2002 novel In Her Shoes was adapted into a movie starring Toni Collette, Shirley MacLaine, and Cameron Diaz.
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