Jonathan Littman

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Jonathan Littman
Jonathan Isaiah Littman

1963 (age 55–56)
OccupationFilm producer
Known forPresident of Jerry Bruckheimer Television
Spouse(s)Nancy Jill Goldman
Parent(s)Harold Littman

Jonathan Littman (born 1963) is an American producer who serves as president of Jerry Bruckheimer Television.[1]


Littman was born in 1963 to a Jewish family, the son of Dr. Harold Littman and raised in West Orange, New Jersey.[2] He is a graduate of Vassar College.[2][3] He worked as vice president of dramatic series development at the Fox Broadcasting Company.[2] He presently works as President of Jerry Bruckheimer Television where he has worked as the producer for Chase (2010–11), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000-present) and The Amazing Race (2001–present).[1] As of 2017, he has received 18 nominations and won 10 Emmy Awards.[4]

In 1996, he married Nancy Jill Goldman in a Jewish ceremony at the Hotel Bel Air in Los Angeles.[2]