Jonathan Tropper

Jonathan Tropper

Highest Rated: 71% Kodachrome (2017)

Lowest Rated: 32% Irreplaceable You (2018)

Birthday: Feb 19, 1970

Birthplace: Riverdale, New York, USA

Renowned for balancing tear-jerking poignancy with razor-sharp wit, author, screenwriter and professor Jonathan Tropper mastered the art of the dramedy with a series of best-selling novels, several of which attracted the attention of Hollywood. Tropper penned his first book, Plan B, during his stint as a manager of a jewellery display manufacturer but after Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's production company acquired the rights to his second, 2004's The Book of Joe, he quit his day job and became a full-time writer. His subsequent four novels were all optioned at auction within a week of their publication including 2005's Everything Changes, 2007's How To Talk To A Widower and 2012's One Last Thing Before I Go, both of which stuck to Tropper's familiar themes of thirty-something everymen taking stock of their lives in light of a particular crisis. But it was 2009's family drama This Is Where I Leave You that first made it to the big screen, while Tropper ventured into television into 2013 by co-creating the cult action drama "Banshee" (Cinemax-) with fellow novelist David Schickler.




32% 60% Irreplaceable You Producer - 2018
71% 71% Kodachrome Screenwriter,
- 2017
44% 59% This Is Where I Leave You Screenwriter,
Executive Producer
$34.3M 2014


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