|Who is it?||Writer, Producer, Miscellaneous Crew|
|Birth Day||August 15, 1951|
|Age||69 YEARS OLD|
|Occupation||Film and television writer and producer|
|Known for||Southland Ray Donovan|
|Partner(s)||Roger Vadim (former)|
Biderman lived for most of the 1980s with French filmmaker Roger Vadim.
Biderman adapted the novel Smilla's Sense of Snow into the screenplay of the 1997 movie.
In the 2008-09 television season, Biderman developed the police drama series Southland, which aired as a midseason replacement for NBC. The series focuses on patrol officers and detectives in South Los Angeles.
Biderman created the Showtime series Ray Donovan in 2013. She served as showrunner during the first season, and wrote several episodes, including the pilot. After the second season, Biderman stepped down as showrunner.
Biderman and her sister spent much of their youth in the company of Writers, artists and Musicians when living at the Chelsea Hotel in New York, where “Leonard Cohen was the boy next door” and her mother’s home in Miami was a sort of halfway house for civil rights Activists recently out of prison. The poet Allen Ginsberg was a close family friend.