Raised by well-meaning wolves, Jude Roth uses her obsession with finding out why people do what they do to keep writing complex, often explosive character-driven tv and feature scripts. She was mentored one-on-one by showrunner Glen Mazzara, and was 1 of 6 writers selected for The Black List-Women in Film Episodic Lab, with four character-driven drama and thriller pilots - the first time anyone was selected for multiple projects. She’s a two-time finalist for the Sundance Episodic Lab and once for the HUMANITAS New Voices in TV program; and her father-daughter/geopolitical spy thriller was included on the WeForShe WriteHer List. Jude’s pilots are often recognized for authentic representation of typically marginalized voices, including “Homefront” about female veterans, which was 1 of 10 named to The Black List’s inaugural Disability List – a curated list of the most promising unmade disability-inclusive scripts.
Currently, Jude’s developing a journalistic thriller series. She’s also a proud Steering Committee member and Education Committee co-captain for the Think Tank of Inclusion & Equity in TV, a consortium of working TV writers that's dedicated to empowering underrepresented writers and transforming the industry into one where all writers and stories can thrive.
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