Josh Friedman is an American screenwriter and television producer best known for his work on the science-fiction action series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, the film adaptation of H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, and the neo-noir The Black Dahlia. He is co-writing the upcoming Avatar 2 and Terminator: Dark Fate, both produced by James Cameron. Friedman has developed several television pilots, including the upcoming TNT series Snowpiercer, based on Bong Joon-ho's film of the same name. Friedman departed the program in January 2018 due to creative differences with the network, and he was replaced by Graeme Manson. Friedman later claimed that he felt pressured to leave by TNT due to a "radical difference in vision", with in implicit threat of blacklisting should he fail to comply. Following his departure, several cast and crew members announced their departure likewise in solidarity with Friedman.
|Born:||1967 (age 52–53), United States|
|Occupation:||Screenwriter, television producer|
|Genre:||Science fiction, thriller, drama|
|IMDb:||Josh Friedman's IMDb|
About Josh Friedman
Screenwriter who is best known for working on the series, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
His first successful screenplay, Chain Reaction, was purchased in 1995.
He was offered the opportunity to write the now cult classic, Snakes on a Plane, but ultimately declined.
He was raised in Los Angeles.
Actor Josh Hartnett starred in his film, The Black Dahlia.
Information related to Josh Friedman
- Kidney cancer survivors
- Jewish American screenwriters