Elisa Zuritsky serves as Co-Showrunner and Executive Producer on Bravo's first original scripted comedy, Odd Mom Out.
She got her start writing humorous entertainment pieces at the New York Post. Her work has also been published in The New York Times, The New York Observer, McSweeney's, and Huffington Post. In 2010, she wrote and directed Civil Unions: A Love Story, a short film about marriage equality.
In 1998, she teamed up with lifelong friend, Julie Rottenberg, and began writing for television, most notably on HBO’s Sex and the City, where they were nominated for three Emmys and three Writers Guild Awards. They have written for New York-based series, including Six Degrees and Smash, and have also developed pilots for both cable and network TV.
Zuritsky lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Jordan Barowitz, and their two children.