People with multi-faceted careers have the opportunity to build relationships with an expansive range of people across diverse industries. Roger Wolfson is one such individual who has had an extremely dynamic career. He is a T.V. and Film Writer, who formerly was a member of the staff of multiple U.S. Senators like Lieberman, Kennedy, Wellstone and Kerry. He is currently the head writer of a T.V. series that comes on Sony’s network “Crackle”, and runs a speechwriting firm of his own as well. He has also been the Commissioner for Animal Services for the City of Los Angeles.
Every little kid dreams of making big in life; however, only a few are able to turn this dream into reality. Roger Wolfson would be one of these very few individuals. At a relatively young age, Wolfson has managed to climb up to the positions of prominence in multiple fields, including that of law, politics and entertainment. He has sold eight original television series to some of the major studios and networks of the United States, including CBS, Universal Cable Productions, Sony, ABC, CBS, Bravo, and Lifetime. While many recognize him for his entertainment career, his work in the domain of politics has been quite incredible as well. He has been on the staff of four U.S. Senators, as well as has written speeches for multiple presidential candidates. He also has founded his own strategic consulting firm, worked as a civil rights attorney and been the Vice President of Channel One News.
He mentions that while he had performed in numerous job roles throughout his career span, he has tried to put his utmost dedication in each and every task. No job was too big or too small for him. As an attorney, Wolfson got the experience of working for multiple law firms. One of these firms was Lieberman, Segalof, and Wolfson, which has been founded by his mother and Senator Lieberman. Wolfson has acquired his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and he also used to be the Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Comparative Labor Law Journal there. He is a member of the bars of New York, Connecticut, Washington, DC, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court.
In the year of 2014, Wolfson was appointed as the Commissioner of Animal Services for the city of Los Angeles, which was a volunteer position. Roger Wolfson underlines that during his tenure he tried to move the city aggressively in the direction of No-Kill.
For more than a decade, Wolfson has lived on a sailboat, Kinship II, and had sailed on both the East and West Coasts of the United States. He now lives in Silver Lake, and has built an amphitheater on his property. He commonly uses this amphitheater for hosting free events, lectures, and plays for his community. He is currently working as a writer and producer for USA Television Network’s Fairly Legal.