Aline Brosh McKenna

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Aline Brosh McKenna
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McKenna at the 2008 Screenwriting Expo in the Los Angeles Convention Center
Born Aline Brosh
August 2, 1967
France
Occupation Screenwriter
Nationality American
Period Contemporary
Notable works The Devil Wears Prada
27 Dresses

Aline Brosh McKenna (born Aline Brosh; August 2, 1967) is an American screenwriter.

Life and career[edit]

McKenna was born in France and moved with her family to New Jersey, where she lived variously in Fort Lee, Demarest and Montvale, and attended Saddle River Day School in Saddle River, New Jersey.[1]

She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University, and went to New York City to seek a job in publishing. While there, she did some freelance writing work. A script she wrote during a six-week course in screenwriting at New York University helped her get an agent, and she later moved to Los Angeles, where she has seen several of her screenplays produced.[citation needed] She also wrote an episode of Margaret Cho's sitcom All American Girl.

Filmography as a screenwriter[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Salemi, Vicki. "Glorifying Jersey: A noted Hollywood screenwriter uses her Jersey roots to help inform her storytelling.", New Jersey Monthly, December 13, 2010. Accessed October 26, 2011. "“It’s definitely part of who I am,” says the Los Angeles-based scribe, who was born in France and moved with her family to Fort Lee when she was 6 months old. The family later moved to Demarest and then Montvale, where she lived from age seven until college. Brosh McKenna, now 43, attended Saddle River Day School, studied literature at Harvard and, after graduation, co-wrote A Co-Ed’s Companion with her college roommate."

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