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Jill Soloway is an American comedian, playwright, a feminist and an Emmy-nominated television writer.
Soloway was an executive producer and show-runner of the Showtime show The United States of Tara created by writer Diablo Cody. Soloway exited the show in November 2009. Soloway served as writer and co-executive producer on the HBO original series, Six Feet Under which ran from 2001 to 2005 for five seasons. Before joining the writing staff of Six Feet Under in 2002, she wrote for The Oblongs, Nikki and The Steve Harvey Show. Since Six Feet Under, she has written on Dirty Sexy Money, Grey's Anatomy, Tell Me You Love Me and The United States of Tara.
Soloway has written six episodes of Six Feet Under and co-wrote an episode with producer Craig Wright, who is executive producer of ABC's Dirty Sexy Money which Soloway has also worked on as a consulting producer. She is developing a one-hour comedy with Lost and Alias producer J. J. Abrams called Boundaries.
In addition to television, she has also written a movie for marc platt productions called Tricycle. Soloway and her sister Faith Soloway, have written and produced plays such as The Real Live Brady Bunch and The Miss Vagina Pageant. She also sold a pilot script to HBO called Jewess Jones about a female superhero.
Soloway is a strong supporter of feminism and also co-founded the organization OBJECT.
She wrote the novella Jodi K., which was published in the collection Three Kinds of Asking For It: Erotic Novellas edited by Susie Bright. Jill's first novel, Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants: Based on a True Story, was released in hardcover in 2005, and then in paperback in 2006. She is also well-known for her cult classic short story "Courtney Cox's Asshole."
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