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Jeff Jones - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Writer, Producer.
Born January 25, 1973, Detroit, Michigan, USA - American writer, producer and comic book writer for DC Comics.
Jones moved to Los Angeles in the late 90s in search of work in the film industry. Through perseverance, he won the place of assistant to Richard Donner, who at the time was working on the films "Conspiracy Theory" and "Lethal Weapon 4". At the same time, he began his career in the comics industry, writing Stars and STRIPE and JSA (co-written with David Goyer) for DC Comics. He left Richard Donner 4 years later, after which he moved on to full-time work as a writer.
One of his longest writing endeavors was five years of writing comics about The Flash, after which he became one of the most prolific and successful comic book writers to date. Jones worked on reimagining characters such as Green Lantern, Batman, Superman, and is responsible for Hal Jordan's "return" to the Green Lantern Corps in the Green Lantern: Rebirth storyline, of which he is one of the authors. He worked on the creation of new versions of the Teen Titans teams and the Justice Society of America, which is reflected in the comic book series of the same name. For his work, Jeff Jones received the 2002 Wizard Fan Award for Breakthrough of the Year and Best Writer in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Jeff Jones was named Creative Director for DC Comics in 2010 following the resounding success of the Darkest Night crossover, which he co-wrote with Peter Thomasi.
In May 2016, Jeff Jones and John Berg became Heads of DC Films, a division of Warner Bros. Pictures. which is responsible for the DC Comics cinematic universe.
In July 2016, Warner Bros. confirmed that Jones has been named President of DC Entertainment while retaining his position as Creative Editor and reporting to Diana Nelson, who remains DC Entertainment's Chief President.