Lennie Ross worked under a pseudonym as a screenwriter for Playboy - back when they had their film subsidiary, Indigo Entertainment. She has written several romantic comedy and suspense thriller feature film scripts and works as a researcher, story consultant and editor for various prominent screenwriters. She has just published her first contemporary chick lit novel entitled Blow Me about the life of single thirty-something women in Los Angeles.
Lennie's prior credits include writing and hosting a documentary on asthma and writing, producing and starring in her own sitcom pilot, The Noodle Factor and play, I Think I'm Falling In Love With You. Lennie was Story Editor for My Backyard, a 1-hour educational docudrama promoting environmental awareness. She also worked as Story Editor for a reshoot of the Canadian feature film, Lighthouse, and on the Canadian feature Swamp Angel, both produced by Face To Face Films. Lennie also wrote two episodes of the acclaimed Japan-Canada co-production animation series, Cyber-Six. She also had several TV movies in development.
Prior to all this, Lennie spent five years writing advertising copy for print and television. She also wrote fashion and travel articles for regional, national and international publications including Beautiful B.C., Canadian Inflight, Adventure West, Pacific Northwest, Western Living and Vancouver Magazine. While pursuing her writing career, Lennie also worked as a television commercial producer and production manager, talent agent and extras casting agent for roughly ten years.
Lennie Ross lives in Los Angeles with her two cats and is actively looking for a husband.