Jennifer Crittenden
Screenwriter and producer
Jennifer Crittenden
Jennifer Crittenden is an American screenwriter and producer. She started her writing career on the animated television series The Simpsons, and has since written for several other television sitcoms. These include Everybody Loves Raymond and Seinfeld. Her work has earned her several Emmy Award nominations.
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Huffington Post - 30 days
For Vogue, by MARIA WARD. This week, Julia Louis-Dreyfus celebrated her 56th birthday. You may think you know her well, after seeing her on your living room TV screen for decades, but did you know that the award-winning actress got her first taste of comedy at age 3? It was midway through a dance class, when a wee Louis-Dreyfus forgot the steps to her routine and was delighted to find that it made people laugh: “Of course, my mother was mortified, but I thought it was real good! And I stuck with that choreography for the rest of the class,” she once told a reporter. Here, in honor of her birthday, five other things you may not have known about Julia Louis-Dreyfus. 1. Seinfeld writers thought Elaine’s dance moves might kill Louis-Dreyfus’s career. Show writer Spike Feresten later told The Huffington Post that Seinfeld creator Larry David was not a fan of the eighth season episode “The Little Kicks,” in which Elaine dances; he only got approval on the story line after David left. ...
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Empowering Women through 'Women and Girls Lead' - IBTimes Hong Kong
Google News - over 5 years
In a script by Jennifer Crittenden and Gabrielle Allan, Anna Faris stars as a dumb-but-wily blonde who believes that if she sleeps with more than 20 men, she'll never get married. So, having reached that limit, she revisits all her former "dates,"
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Sept. 11 brings Syracuse volunteers together for Acts of Kindness - Syracuse.com
Google News - over 5 years
“Our goal is to get people from various communities in Syracuse to work together,” said Jennifer Crittenden, president of WTB, who said the group formed after 9/11 as a way to bring diverse groups together as one. “We want 9/11 to be something that
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ABC Eyes Period Musical, Supernatural Procedural - Hollywood Reporter
Google News - over 5 years
ABC also has a 1990s-set musical comedy set up with Jennifer Crittenden and Gabrielle Allan, which would follow an all-girl band trying to reunite. The network Friday also picked up a comedy project starring Reba McIntyre as a single mother who tries
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Cheyenne Jackson, Anderson Cooper and Debbie Harry - Windy City Times
Google News - over 5 years
Writers Jennifer Crittenden (Seinfeld) and Gabrielle Allan (Scrubs) have sold a comedy project about a girl band to ABC, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The currently untitled project centers around a '90s all-girl band that attempts to reunite
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ABC's '90s Girl-Band Comedy: Thoughts? - Stereogum
Google News - over 5 years
So ABC is putting together a comedy, from Seinfeld writer Jennifer Crittenden and Scrubs writer Gabrielle Allan, about an all-girl band from the '90s who are attempting to reunite after 20 years. This seems like it could be very good! Or very bad!
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TV Watch: Chris Noth and Neve Campbell in BBC's Titanic, Girl-Band Show to ABC - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
-ABC has signed up for a show from Seinfeld writer Jennifer Crittenden and and Scrubs writer Gabrielle Allan that will deliver some 90s nostalgia. The show will focus on a “super cool” all-girl band from the 90s who attempt a comeback after 20 years
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Der perfekte Ex - Perfekter Trailer zur Komödie mit Anna Faris online - Movie-Infos
Google News - almost 6 years
Regie führte der Brite Mark Mylod nach einem Drehbuch von Gabrielle Allan und Jennifer Crittenden. Deutscher Kinostart ist am 29. September 2011. In dem Film geht es um die Blondine Ally Darling, die von ihren Freundinnen die grauenvolle Information
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'Seinfeld' Writers Plot Their Busy Afterlife
NYTimes - almost 19 years
For almost everyone connected with ''Seinfeld,'' the NBC hit comedy heading for one of the most celebrated, most publicized sendoffs in television history, these are days of gelt by association. Though awash in lucrative offers, the cast members are holding back from making decisions about their future careers. But the ''Seinfeld'' writers,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jennifer Crittenden
    TWENTIES
  • 1996
    Age 26
    In addition, she wrote and executive produced Everybody Loves Raymond, and served as a writer and producer on later seasons of Seinfeld, from 1996.
    More Details Hide Details Crittenden also worked on The Drew Carey Show, as a consulting producer on Arrested Development, and as a writer and co-executive producer on the CBS series The New Adventures of Old Christine. For her work, Crittenden has won two Humanitas Prizes and has earned five Emmy Award-nominations: four for "Outstanding Comedy Series" (Seinfeld in 1998 and Everybody Loves Raymond in 2000, 2001, and 2002) and one for "Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series" (Everybody Loves Raymond in 2002). Crittenden adapted the novel 20 Times a Lady for the 2011 film What's Your Number? alongside Gabrielle Allen. The two have a multi-show deal with ABC; their first project will focus on "a 'super cool' 1990s all-girl band who, after 20 years of bad blood, tries to reunite though they’re no longer girls and no longer cool." They will write and executive produce the project.
  • 1992
    Age 22
    She graduated from Wesleyan University in 1992. Crittenden was married to fellow writer Jace Richdale for three years; they separated in 1998.
    More Details Hide Details Crittenden has written five episodes for The Simpsons, the first being "And Maggie Makes Three" (1995) and the latest being "The Twisted World of Marge Simpson" (1997). Crittenden was taking a beginners' writing program at 20th Century Fox when former The Simpsons show runner David Mirkin hired her on the show. Crittenden's only writing experience before that had been as an intern on the Late Show with David Letterman. 20th Century Fox had introduced Crittenden to Mirkin, and Mirkin read a script of hers that he liked so he hired her.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Born
    Born on August 29, 1969.
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