Andrew Sodroski


Andrew Sodroski is an award-winning screenwriter in film and television. Sodroski most recently wrote and executive produced the true crime anthology series entitled Manhunt. The first season Manhunt Unabomber stars Sam Worthington and Paul Bettany and focuses on the hunt for the Unabomber and the FBI profiler who revolutionized forensic linguistics which led to Kaczynski’s capture. The second

season Manhunt Deadly Games stars Jack Huston and Cameron Britton and chronicles the search for the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games bomber and the media firestorm that ensued surrounding Richard Jewell and domestic terrorist Eric Rudolph. Sodroski earned a WGA nomination for Unabomber while Deadly Games held the #1 spot of most watched shows on Netflix for several weeks with nearly a billion minutes streamed.

In features, Sodroski has written on assignment for Warner Brothers, STX, Black Bear and MRC and has collaborated with filmmakers such as Kevin MacDonald, David Mackenzie, Lisa Cholodenko and Dean Israelite. His original feature Holland, Michigan was voted #1 on the Black List and is currently in pre-production with Amazon Studios and Nicole Kidman’s Blossom Films producing.

A native of Medford, Massachusetts, Sodroski earned a B.A. in Medieval History from Harvard University and an MFA in screenwriting from Columbia University. Sodroski has lived internationally in Poland and Kosovo.