Jason Fuchs

Born in 1986 and raised in New York City, Jason Fuchs' professional career in the arts began at a young age. At 7, he appeared onstage at Lincoln Center in the play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Sam Waterston. In 1996, Fuchs made his big screen debut in the feature version of "Flipper," starring Paul Hogan. Over the next ten years he worked consistently in guest spots on TV shows including "The Sopranos" (HBO, 1999-2007), "Law & Order: SVU" (NBC, 1999-), and "Ed" (NBC, 2000- 2004). Fuchs also appeared in supporting roles in the features "The Hebrew Hammer" and "Winter Solstice." In addition to the film and TV work, Fuchs was also active in theater, appearing in a number of plays. Fuchs received his first screenwriting credit in 2012, when the animated film "Ice Age: Continental Drift" was released. The film grossed over $300 million worldwide and shifted his focus from acting to writing. In 2013, Fuchs's script "Pan" was listed on the prestigious Black List, a Hollywood industry list of the best unproduced screenplays. It was also announced in 2014, that Warner Bros had hired Fuchs to write a loing-awaited film based on the DC character Wonder Woman. Warner Bros also financed the production of "Pan," starring Hugh Jackman, and announced plans to release the film in the summer of 2015.