| Jenifer Salt|
| September 4, 1944 (age 71) (1944-09-04) Los Angeles, California, USA|
Waldo Salt, Mary Davenport
Sarah Lawrence College, High School of Performing Arts, Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School
Sisters, Midnight Cowboy, Eat Pray Love, Soap, Gargoyles
Ryan Murphy, Tim Minear, Bradley Buecker, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall
Jennifer Salt Wikipedia
Jennifer Salt (born September 4, 1944) is an American producer, screenwriter, and former actress.
Salt was born in Los Angeles, California. Her parents were screenwriter Waldo Salt and actress Mary Davenport; her stepmother was the writer Eve Merriam. She attended the High School of Performing Arts in New York City and graduated from Sarah Lawrence College.
She has made several stage appearances, winning a 1971 Theatre World award as Estelle in the play, Father's Day, but she is best remembered as Eunice Tate-Leitner, the snobbish daughter of Chester and Jessica Tate in the television series Soap. An early movie role was in Midnight Cowboy (1969), as Joe Buck's home town lover, Crazy Annie. While living with actress Margot Kidder in Malibu in the early-1970s, she worked in tandem with American director Brian De Palma in the films The Wedding Party, Hi, Mom!, and Sisters, and appeared with Cornel Wilde and a young Scott Glenn in the TV film, Gargoyles.
She is currently retired from acting, and pursuing her writing career, including episode scripts for Nip/Tuck and other programs. She is a co-writer of the script for the Julia Roberts film Eat Pray Love (2010) based on Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir of the same name.
In 2006, she was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award for the Nip/Tuck episode, "Rhea Reynolds."
In 2011, she joined the FX horror series American Horror Story as a writer and co-executive producer.
Her son, Jonah Greenberg, is a talent agent with CAA Beijing.
(* denotes Writers Guild of America Award nomination)