Chrissy Pietrosh

Chrissy Pietrosh

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Christine Pietrosh found her niche in the TV industry with a knack for writing about relatable characters and funny situations. A native of New Jersey, Pietrosh attended Northwestern University where she first tested the waters of comedy performing in an improv troupe. Her experience at Northwestern would play an even more important role in her future career when, during her studies, she met her future writing partner Jessica Goldstein. By 2002, the two were writing for shows like "Family Affair" (WB, 2002-03) and "Run of the House" (WB, 2003-04), and in 2005, the two collaborated as story editors for the sitcom "Cuts" (UPN, 2005-06). Pietrosh and Goldstein's partnership would continue to gain strength, both personally and professionally. The pair would speak often of their close friendship, even moving to the same Philadelphia neighborhood together with their two families. They wrote and produced several episodes of "My Name is Earl" (NBC, 2005-09), and co-executive produced and wrote even more episodes for the series "Cougar Town" (ABC/TBS, 2009-2015). After that show wrapped, Pietrosh and her partner took on their next challenge, co-creating, producing, and writing the comedy series "Telenovela" (NBC, 2015-), starring Eva Longoria as the tempestuous star of a Spanish soap opera who does not speak a word of Spanish.



64% 60% Telenovela Executive Producer 2015-2016
89% 80% Cougar Town Writer 2009-2013
82% 89% My Name Is Earl Writer 2007-2009
50% No Score Yet Big Day Writer 2006-2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet Cuts Writer 2005
13% No Score Yet Run of the House Writer 2003-2004