Rodney Rothman

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Rodney Rothman
Rodney Rothman by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Born United States
Occupation Screenwriter, producer, author

Rodney Rothman is an American screenwriter, television producer, television writer, film producer, author and film director.

In 2005, he wrote the book Early Bird: A Memoir of Premature Retirement. Rothman wrote the storybook of the horror comedy film The Something.[1]

Rothman has been nominated for five Emmy Awards for Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program, and also wrote the scripts for 22 Jump Street and Grudge Match.


Year Title Notes
1995–2000 Late Show with David Letterman Apprentice writer (95–96), staff writer (96–98), head writer (98-00)[2]
1996 Late Show with David Letterman Video Special II Writer[3]
2001–2002 Undeclared Writer, supervising producer
2004 $5.15/hr. Writer, executive producer (television pilot for HBO)
2005 Early Bird Creator, executive producer (television pilot for NBC)
Committed Writer, supervising producer
2006 Help Me Help You Writer, co-executive producer
The 78th Annual Academy Awards Writer, Special Material for Jon Stewart
2008 Forgetting Sarah Marshall Executive producer
2009 Year One Executive producer
2010 Get Him to the Greek Producer
2012 The Five-Year Engagement Producer
2013 Grudge Match Writer
2014 22 Jump Street Writer
2016 Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Producer
2018 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Director, writer


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