Kerry O’Neill is a TV writer and filmmaker from New York City now living in Los Angeles. After a decade writing and performing live comedy at The UCB Theatre in LA, Kerry turned her focus to narrative writing and directing. Her television writing credits include Murderville (Netflix) and the upcoming genre-bending hybrid comedy Jury Duty (Amazon/Freevee), from the producers of Borat, The Office, and White Lotus. In addition to her position on the writing staff, Kerry was also a series regular on Jury Duty. Kerry’s directorial debut, social realist drama Bea at Rehab (2020), screened at festivals worldwide and was awarded the Panavision New Filmmakers Grant and the Vanishing Angle Post Grant. In 2021, Kerry was selected as a fellow in the Short Feature Lab, where she developed the coming of age feature, BEA, based on her short. Kerry is a current finalist for the 2023 Film Independent Screenwriting Lab with the script for BEA. She recently completed post on her second film, Walk Out Nice and Smooth, a dark comedy starring the same lead actors from Bea at Rehab.

In 2023, Kerry was named a 2023-2024 fellow of the prestigious AFI DIRECTING WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN+, where she will direct her third film, dark comedy thriller interloper. Kerry is repped at 3 Arts Entertainment, contact

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