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Krista Vernoff was born on 1974 in American, is an American television producer, television and film writer, and author. Discover Krista Vernoff's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 49 years old?

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Vernoff earned three Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Grey's Anatomy, two as a producer for the show’s Best Drama Series nominations in 2006 and 2007 which were won and one personal nomination in 2006 for Best Drama Writing for her episode “Into You Like a Train”, an episode that was highly acclaimed years after its initial airing and hailed as the show's best single episode by The A.V. Club.

In 2019, Vernoff joined other WGA members in firing their agents as part of the WGA's stand against the ATA and the unfair practice of packaging, publishing a letter outlining her decision and reasons for supporting the guild.


In 2017, Shonda Rhimes enlisted Vernoff to return to Grey's for its fourteenth season with complete creative control, after she signed a deal to leave ABC for Netflix and Stacy McKee, the previous showrunner, left to run its spin-off Station 19. In 2019, Vernoff also became showrunner for Station 19 after McKee's departure. On top of this, Vernoff signed a multiyear overall deal with ABC Studios to produce new projects for ABC, launching this under Trip the Light productions where she serves as president.

In May 2007, ABC announced that Vernoff would become showrunner and head writer of Grey's Anatomy effective fall 2007. Vernoff left her position with "Grey's Anatomy" in 2011. On April 28, 2017, she announced that she'd be returning to Grey's Anatomy for season 14.


She joined the Showtime series Shameless in 2012 as a writer. She was also co-executive producer.


Vernoff is also a playwright; a production of her play "Me, My Guitar, and Don Henley" opened in October 2006 in an off-Broadway theater.


Vernoff comes from a Jewish family. Her father, Bob Verne died in 2001. A two-part episode of Grey's Anatomy was a tribute to him. She has a daughter, named Cosette. Cosette is named after the Les Misérables character of the same name. She also has a foster son and a stepson.


Much of Vernoff's work has been in the medium of television, as a script (or teleplay) writer. She has worked on a number of American television shows, including the program Charmed, from 2000 to 2004. She began as a story editor and became a co-producer of the show. Following this, she became writer and producer for the Fox program Wonderfalls, which aired in 2004. She has also written one episode for long-running drama Law & Order - (season 10, episode 14, "Sundown").


Vernoff attended Troy High School in New York, graduating in 1989. She paid tribute to the school in a season 7 episode of Grey's Anatomy, using the alma mater's song. She also attended Boston University. Vernoff aspired to be a veterinarian as a child, but then turned towards acting, studying it in college. She did not discover screenwriting until her 20s.


Krista Vernoff (born October 25, 1971) is an American television screenwriter, showrunner, executive producer and director. She is best known for running the television medical drama Grey's Anatomy (2007–11, 2017–present) and its spin-off Station 19 (2019–present). She has also served as executive producer and writer for the US version of Shameless. Other works as producer-writer for television include Charmed and Wonderfalls.