Jen Roskind is a 20-year Film and TV development and production veteran who is currently VP, Production at FX Networks. Recently, Jen executive produced three seasons of HBO’s ½ hour animated show ANIMALS with the Duplass Brothers.
Jen’s latest feature film UNLOVABLE starring Charlene deGuzman, Academy Award Nominee John Hawkes and Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo, written by Charlene deGuzman, Sarah Adina Smith & Mark Duplass and directed by Suzi Yoonessi premiered at SXSW Film Festival last year. It had a theatrical release by Orion Classics and will have SVOD release on Amazon in February 2019.
Previously, Jen executive produced Dan Harmon's ½ hour TV series GOOD GAME for YouTube Premium and Dan Harmon’s ½ hour TV pilot ART PRISON starring Randall Park for Turner Broadcasting’s Adult Swim.
Jen produced Jody Lambert’s War of the Worlds feature film BRAVE NEW JERSEY starring Tony Hale, Anna Camp and Sam Jaeger. It was theatrically released by Gravitas Ventures and can be found on Netflix.
Previously, Jen was the Head of Production at the popular website Cracked and the Head of Production at Demand Media's YouTube premium channels. She also produced WEDLOCK, a web series starring Mark Duplass and Rob Corddry.
Jen produced Ted Koland’s feature film BEST MAN DOWN starring Justin Long, Tyler Labine, Addison Timlin & Francis O’Connor and was released theatrically by Magnolia Pictures. Jen’s first feature film, STEPHANIE DALEY starring Academy Award Winner Tilda Swinton, Melissa Leo, Amber Tamblyn and Timothy Hutton, directed by Hilary Brougher, premiered at Sundance Film Festival, won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award and was released theatrically by Regent Releasing.
Jen production supervised David Fincher’s film PANIC ROOM and associate produced Glenn Gordon’s TV Series FLING for CBS Networks and Paramount TV.
Jen graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans and lives in Venice, CA with her husband, two kids and two French bulldogs.
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