Jennie Snyder Urman serves as executive producer on The CW’s new series “Charmed.”
Snyder Urman also developed and executive produces The CW’s Golden Globe nominated “Jane The Virgin.” The show has been honored with a Peabody Award, three TCA nominations, six Critics Choice nominations, three NAACP Image Award nominations, as well as multiple Teen Choice nominations, a People’s Choice Award for “Favorite New TV Comedy,” the Planned Parenthood “Maggie Award for Television,” and an Imagen Award for best Primetime Comedy in 2015 and 2016. Additionally, the show was named one of AFI’s Top Television Programs of the Year.
Prior to “Jane The Virgin” and “Charmed,” Urman created “Emily Owens, MD,” also for The CW. Other credits include “Reign,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Men in Trees,” “Lipstick Jungle,” “90210” and “Hope and Faith.” She was also named one of Variety’s “10 TV Writer’s to Watch” in 2012. Additionally, she wrote the screenplay for the feature film “Something Borrowed” based on the Emily Giffin novel.
Snyder Urman grew up in Rye, New York and graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University. She is married to Jamie Urman, a cinematographer, and is the proud (and tired) mommy to Theo and Poppy.