Roger Wolfson is a professional television and film writer, having written for CBS' "Century City," NBC's "Law and Order: SVU," and TNT's "Saving Grace," and "The Closer," where one of his episodes earned Kyra Sedgwick an Emmy Nomination.
Roger Wolfson is a professional television and film writer, having written for CBS’ “Century City,” NBC’s “Law and Order: SVU,” and TNT’s “Saving Grace,” and “The Closer,” where one of his episodes earned Kyra Sedgwick an Emmy Nomination. He has developed three pilots of his own, “Shanghaied” and “Zoo Law” for Sony Studios (both with Original Films), and “Mind Games” for Paramount Studios, CBS, with Apostle Films. Formerly, Wolfson worked as counsel and speechwriter for four United States Senators – Joe Lieberman, John Kerry, Paul Wellstone, and Ted Kennedy. He has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, and AirAmerica, and has lectured to forty different major organizations, bar associations, unions, and think tanks. Wolfson is also a blogger for the Huffington Post. As an attorney, Wolfson has worked for several law firms, including Lieberman, Segalof, and Wolfson, the firm his mother and Senator Joe Lieberman founded. He earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was the Associate Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Comparative Labor Law Journal, his Masters in Writing from Johns Hopkins, and his Bachelors in Theater from Vassar with highest academic honors. He is a member of the bars of New York, Connecticut, Washington, DC, and the United States Supreme Court. Wolfson lives in Marina del Rey aboard the ’42 sailing catamaran, Kinship II, which he helped sail from Connecticut to Los Angeles in 2003.