Jocelyn Towne

Jocelyn Towne is a writer, director, producer, and actress from Santa Monica, California. Jocelyn is best known for We’ll Never Have Paris, which she directed and produced with her husband Simon Helberg. Jocelyn also wrote, directed, and starred in I Am I, about a woman who meets her long-lost father at her mother’s funeral, alongside Simon Helberg and Jason Ritter. Jocelyn and Simon also created and produced the Epix original series Elvis Goes There, featuring acclaimed critic Elvis Mitchell interviewing major directors in the cities that inspired them most. On stage, Jocelyn co-starred in The Little Foxes at Antaeus Theatre Company, which won LADCC Awards for Best Revival and Best Ensemble. She recently appeared in a recurring role on AMC's Lodge 49 and in a guest spot opposite Alan Arkin on Netflix's Golden Globe-winning The Kominsky Method. Jocelyn has also appeared in Margaret Whitton’s A Bird of the Air, Barbara Kopple’s Havoc, and Gilmore Girls on the CW.