Jennifer Wu

Head of Development

Jennifer began her career in the film and television industry in 1998. After working on Justin Lin’s breakout hit Better Luck Tomorrow, Jennifer attended film school at UCLA, where she won the prestigious Streisand-Sony Fellowship and was the first recipient of the Entertainment Partners Fellowship in Producing. A brief stint at United Talent Agency (UTA) soon led to a Creative Executive position at Alloy Entertainment.

As Alloy’s Creative Executive of Film & TV Development & Production, Jennifer helped develop the hit show Gossip Girl (CW) and the action-drama miniseries Samurai Girl (ABC Family). In features, Jennifer worked on The Sex Drive (Summit Entertainment), The Au Pairs (Flower Films), The Bachelorette Party (Blossom Films), and DVD series The Clique (Bankable Productions).

Jennifer holds a BA degree from Yale University and an MFA from the Producers Program at UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television. She has also been published in Rolling Stone magazine.