Jonathan Nolan Biography
(Creator of TV series 'Person of Interest', 'Westworld' & Co-writer of Movies 'The Presitige', 'The Dark Knight')
Birthday: June 6, 1976 (Gemini)
Born In: London, England
Jonathan Nolan is an English-American screenwriter, director, producer, and author. He is best known for creating CBS’ sci-fi series ‘Person of Interest’ as well as for co-creating the science fiction drama ‘Westworld’ for HBO. Together with his elder brother, director Christopher Nolan, he has co-written several films including the thriller film ‘Memento’ for which he earned an Academy Award nomination. Nolan has also written or co-written the scripts for the hit movies ‘The Dark Knight’, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ‘Interstellar’. In recognition of his brilliant work, Nolan has earned numerous awards and nominations, including two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for ‘Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series’ and ‘Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series’ for his contribution to ‘Westworld.’ Nolan, who is one of the most respected British-American artistes, is not active on social media. He is a graduate of Georgetown University. The actor is married to producer and screenwriter Lisa Joy with whom he has two children.