Julie Rottenberg

Julie Rottenberg serves as Co-Showrunner and Executive Producer on Bravo's first original scripted comedy, Odd Mom Out.

Julie started her career in New York as a playwright and sketch comedy writer, and also worked for years as a comic book editor at DC Comics. She then teamed up with lifelong friend Elisa Zuritsky (they met when they were 9 at a Saturday morning acting class), and joined the writing staff of their favorite show, HBO's Sex and the City. During their four seasons with the series, they earned three Emmy Award nominations, including two for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series (for "My Motherboard, My Self" and "The Ick Factor"), and three Writers Guild Award nominations (for "My Motherboard, My Self," "Change of a Dress," and "The Ick Factor").

Rottenberg and Zuritsky then went on to write pilots for HBO, ABC, and CBS, and even put their childhood years at a performing arts camp to use when they wrote for NBC's Smash. Together they’ve written features for New Line, Summit, and Revolution Films and solo, Rottenberg made her film directorial debut with "Who’s Afraid of Rosencrantz?," a short film written with Zuritsky and produced by L-Studio for their "Puppy Love" series.

Rottenberg has contributed humor, opinion, and entertainment features for publications including The New York Times, SlateReal Simple, and Marie Claire. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y, with her husband, multi-media artist Ben Rubin, and her two children.