Jessie Rosen is an east coast bred, LA based writer, producer and performer.
In 2007, Jessie created the blog 20-Nothings(20-Nothings.com). Rosen’s blog has garnered numerous awards and lead to appearances including HuffPost Live, NPR’s “On The Point”, The Suze Orman Show and writing assignments for publications such as Marie Claire, The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, and Hello Giggles. It has named a TIME Top 25 Blogger and to Forbes Top 100 Website for Women and Top 10 Website for Millennials.
Rosen has written for E!’s Fashion Police, YouTube Red’s Single By 30 and ABC Digital’s Basic News. She contributes to content hubs Bustle and Thought Catalog.
In 2015 she released her debut YA novel, DEAD RINGER, published by James Frey’s Full Fathom Five Digital.
In 2017, Jessie sold a six-episode comedy series, RODHAM: a Hillary Clinton fantasy, to Full Screen. She quickly followed that by selling a ½ hour projects at Warner Brothers Television with Jim Parson’s That’s Wonderful Productions and a family comedy KIMCHI RAVIOLI to Netflix.
In addition to her writing, Rosen created the storytelling series, SUNDAY NIGHT SEX TALKS – The Moth meets HBO’s Real Sex. The show features true stories of sex, love and intimacy told before a live audience. Performers include Rachel Bloom, Nate Corddry, Cindy Chupack & Cameron Esposito. In 2016 the show was featured on ABC’s The Bachelorette. It has garnered press from Glamour, Buzz Feed, Page Six, Time Out New York and more.
In 2018 Jessie was tapped by Brat Inc. – YouTube’s #1 teen-leaning studio – to develop their writers’ room structure and content creation process for all scripted programming. She oversaw seven original series from concept through delivery, more than 75 episodes of content.
She is currently showrunning seasons 1 and 2 of The Baxters – a dramedy for MGM and Will Packer Media.
Management – Haven Entertainment – Rachel Miller/Jesse Hara – 323-272-3433
Jessie Rosen resides physically in Los Angeles and mentally in New York.
She has wanted to be a writer since she read Barbara Cooney’s bio on the back of the book Miss Rumphius.
She has aspired to work in entertainment since she found out that one woman was responsible for all of Sleepless in Seattle.
She has an unhealthy obsession with avocados, shoes and cheese.
She would like to be reincarnated as Bonnie Raitt.
Her favorite color is gold.
Jessie writes comedy and drama but loves the space in between most of all.
She lives with her husband R, their dog Louie and her gold laptop.