Stuart Blumberg

Stuart Blumberg

Highest Rated: 92% The Kids Are All Right (2010)

Lowest Rated: 50% Thanks for Sharing (2012)

Birthday: Jul 19, 1969

Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Screenwriter Stuart Blumberg was no stranger to finding lighthearted and quiet personal moments in relationships that cross both religious and gender boundaries. He first gained recognition for writing the hit comedy "Keeping the Faith" (2000), a love triangle involving an overly analytical rabbi, a naïve yet loveable Roman Catholic priest, and a beautiful, free-spirited executive. Blumberg next wrote the teen comedy "The Girl Next Door" (2004), about an unlikely romance between a straight-laced high school senior and his adult-film star neighbor. With only a few writing credits under his belt, Blumberg suddenly became the talk of Hollywood with the film "The Kids Are All Right" (2010), a smart and novel comedy that explored the themes of family, love, and acceptance, and a film that placed Blumberg's writing talents at the forefront of contemporary cinema.




50% 43% Thanks for Sharing Director,
$1.1M 2012
92% 74% The Kids Are All Right Screenwriter $20.8M 2010
61% 49% Leaves of Grass Executive Producer $68.0K 2009
No Score Yet 62% By the People: The Election of Barack Obama Producer - 2009
56% 69% The Girl Next Door Writer $14.6M 2004
69% 59% Keeping the Faith Writer,
$37.0M 2000