Loading…
avatar for Aline Brosh McKenna

Aline Brosh McKenna

co-creator/showrunner Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, writer The Devil Wears Prada, 27 Dresses, Morning Glory, We Bought a Zoo
Aline Brosh McKenna is an award-winning writer/producer/director, and one of the highest-grossing female screenwriters of all time. In 2006, McKenna adapted
the popular novel, "The Devil Wears Prada." For that screenplay, McKenna
garnered Writers Guild, BAFTA and Scripter award nominations.

In 2014, McKenna added television to her resume when she and Rachel Bloom co-
created the critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning comedy series, "Crazy Ex-
Girlfriend,” of which she was head writer, showrunner, and executive producer.

The series concluded its final season on the CW in April 2019. In addition to writing and producing, McKenna directed the finale episodes of all four seasons.
McKenna currently has multiple film and television projects in development, both
as a writer/director, and as a producer working with other writers and directors.

McKenna’s other feature film credits include the worldwide hit and perennial
wedding favorite, "27 Dresses," starring Katherine Heigl; "Morning Glory," starring Rachel McAdams and Harrison Ford; the Cameron Crowe-directed, Matt Damon-
starrer, "We Bought a Zoo;” and her adaptation of the musical “Annie.”

McKenna’s graphic novel Jane, a contemporary version of the Jane Eyre story
illustrated by Eisner Award-winning artist Ramon Perez, received two prestigious
Eisner Award nominations, including Best Publication for Teens.