Abby Kohn is an American popular screenwriter and director. Kohn is famous because she writes many romantic comedy films include The Vow, How to be single, Valentines Day, Never Been Kissed.
Abby Kohn (Screen Writer) Wiki/Bio
Her exact date of birth not known. Approximately she is under her 50’s. Professionally Abby is a screenwriter and director. Her nationality is American.
Height (approx)– 5 feet 7 Inch
Weight (approx)– 56 Kg
Hair Color– White
Eye Color– Black
Skin Tone– White
Body Type– Slim
Abby completed her graduation from the Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
|Birth Name||Abby Kohn|
|Date of Birth||Not Known|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Height (approx)||5 feet 7 Inch|
|Weight (approx)||56 Kg|
|Net Worth||Not Known|
|Husband||Music producer Jason Linn|
Family & Parents
Kohn family or parents-related information not available.
Abby Kohn Movies/Writer
Her writing partner is Marc Silverstein.
In 1997 she wrote a ‘Lewis and Clark and George’.
In 1999 Never Been Kissed.
Abby and Katherine Fugate write a romantic dramedy film Valentines Day.
In 2012, Abby and Jason Katims write a romantic drama film ‘The Vow’.
In 2016, Kohn and Dana Fox write the romantic comedy film How to be Single.
I Feel Pretty with Marc Silverstein in 2018.
Her Husband & Personal Life
In 2006, Abby married music producer Jason Linn. The couple has two children.
Less Known Facts
Professionally Abby is a director and Screenwriter.
American is her nationality.
As a writer, she is popular because she writes some romantic comedy films.
Her frequent writing collaborator is Marc Silverstein. They both are met first time at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles, California.
Abby and her writing partner direct one film title is I Feel Pretty.
According to the Box-office mojo website their movie gross over $900 million globally.