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Who is Jessica Sharzer?

Jessica Sharzer is an American screenwriter, director, producer, and editor. She is most popular for the Showtime drama series The L Word and the FX horror series American Horror Story.

Jessica Sharzer’s Early life, Childhood, and Education

Sharzer was born on October 26, 1972, in Iowa City, Iowa. Her entire family shifted to New York and she grew up there. Jessica Sharzer studied Film at New York University. Sharzer holds a B.A. from Wesleyan University, an M.A. from Berkeley and an M.F.A. in film from NYU. Much more information about her family and early life are not known to media. People will surely want to know more about her childhood.

Jessica Sharzer’s Career, salary, and Net worth

Jessica first thought of having a career in academia until she took a summer film course at New York Film Academy. Then she realized that she was not meant for academia and she wanted to have a career in film industry. Sharzer left Berkeley and enrolled in NYU Film School. As the result of her hard work, in 2002, she won the school’s Wasserman Award for her graduate thesis film, The Wormhole.

During the study, she was a crew member on the film “Happiness”, then went on to be an assistant director on the short film Billy Twist. She did many short films as a crew member in 1990s.

Sharzer co-produced, directed, and wrote the screenplay for the 2004 Independent film “Speak” which was originally based on the novel of the same name. The film was a successful one and lent her a nomination for a Writers Guild of America Award in children’s television scriptwriting, a nomination for the Directors Guild of America Award for outstanding directorial achievement in children’s program, and won her the Woodstock Film Festival’s Audience Award for best narrative feature.

In 2007, she directed an episode of the Showtime television drama, The L Word. She is also the writer of the 2010 television movie, Turn the Beat Around, which was produced by Paramount Pictures and MTV. In 2011, she became an episode writer and supervising producer for the serial horror-drama television series American Horror Story, created by Rayn Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The series airs on the cable television channel FX. The Horror Writers Association awarded her the 2011 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Screenplay for her episode “Afterbirth”.

She also wrote the screenplay of the feature film Nerve in 2016, based on the novel having the same name, as well as the musical Dirty Dancing, a television remake of the 1987 hit film.

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