Biography

Jonathan "Jonah" Nolan (born 1976) is a British-American author and screenwriter. His most famous work is the short story "Memento Mori", which was used by his brother, director Christopher Nolan, as the basis for the screenplay for the critically acclaimed film Memento. He has also co-written the screenplays for The Prestige and The Dark Knight, with his brother.

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Jonathan "Jonah" Nolan (born 1976) is a British-American author and screenwriter. His most famous work is the short story "Memento Mori", which was used by his brother, director Christopher Nolan, as the basis for the screenplay for the critically acclaimed film Memento. He has also co-written the screenplays for The Prestige and The Dark Knight, with his brother.

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Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 11

Birthday 1976-06-06

Place of Birth London, England, UK

Official Site -

Also Known As

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

Untitled SatireWriter
2016 Westworld(10 episodes)Writer
2016 Westworld(1 episode)Story
2016 Westworld(1 episode)Teleplay
2014 InterstellarWriter
2012 The Dark Knight RisesScreenplay
2011 Person of Interest(76 episodes)Writer
2011 Person of Interest(1 episode)Story
2008 The Dark KnightScreenplay
2006 The PrestigeScreenplay
2000 MementoAuthor

Acting

2014 Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show as Himself
2013 The Fire Rises: The Creation and Impact of The Dark Knight Trilogy as Himself

Directing

2016 Westworld(12 episodes)Director
2011 Person of Interest(1 episode)Director

Creator

2016 WestworldCreator
2011 Person of InterestCreator

Camera

1997 DoodlebugGrip

Production

2011 Person of Interest(92 episodes)Executive Producer

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