Jennifer Hoppe-House

Jennifer Hoppe-House Biography

Jennifer Hoppe-House (also credited as Jennifer Hoppe) is an American film and television writer, having worked on series such as Nurse Jackie and Damages. She also co-wrote the 2004 made-for-television movie The Dead Will Tell. She often works with her writing partner Nancy Fichman.



Hoppe and Fichman have sold and developed several feature film projects, including scripts for Mike Figgis, Allen Coulter, and Damon Santostefano. Their film Fortune is currently in development.


Hoppe-House and Fichman have written the following television episodes.

Episodes of Nurse Jackie

  • Steak Knife (2009)
  • Bleeding (2010)

Episodes of Damages

  • I've Done Way Too Much for This Girl (2011)
  • We'll Just Have to Find Another Way to Cut the Balls Off of This Thing (2011)

Episodes of Save Me

  • Whatever the Weather (2013)

Episodes of Grace and Frankie

  • Episode #1.11 (2015)
  • The Dinner (2015)

The team has sold pilots to HBO and TNT, and currently has series in development with Lifetime, WE and Sony.


Hoppe-House's play Bad Dog will have a rolling world premiere at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater in April 2015 and the Olney Theatre Center in Olney, Maryland in September 2015.

Awards and nominations

In 2009 and 2010, Hoppe-House and Fichman were nominated for a Writers Guild of America award. Both nominations were for their work on Nurse Jackie.

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