Lesley Arfin Biography
Lesley Arfin is an American comedy writer and writer who was brought into the world on March 8, 1979, in New York, New York, United States. Lesley learned at Hampshire College, she was a supporter of Vice from the year 2003, however, left in the year 2007, after the distribution of her book Dear Diary, in view of a section she composed for Vice magazine, which was distributed by Vice Books. In the year 2008, Lesley turned into the supervisor in-head of Misbehave.
She continued on to turn into a staff author for the HBO TV series Girls. From that point, Lesley chipped away at the TV series Brooklyn Nine-Nine. She got sole composing credit for the Halloween-themed scene in the primary season.
With Paul Rust and Judd Apatow, Lesley made the Netflix series Love. She drew all alone past in managing liquor fixation while composing for Love.
Lesley is presently the host of the Earios web recording (Filling the Void,) about pastimes that bring individuals euphoria. Lesley likewise composed and leader created Season 1 of the HBO series Betty, which was delivered in 2020.
Lesley Arfin Age
Lesley was brought into the world on March 8, 1979, in New York, New York, United States.
Lesley Arfin Net Worth
Lesley has expected total assets of $1 million – $5 million dollars.
Lesley Arfin Height and Weight
Lesley remains at a stature of 5 feet 7 inches tall and she has a load of 65 kgs.
Lesley Arfin Family
Lesley was brought into the world by a Jewish family and brought by his folks up in Long Island, New York. Our endeavors to discover more with regards to her family went without any result as no such data is openly accessible. In this way, the personality of Lesley’s folks is as yet hazy. It is additionally not known whether she has any kin. We will refresh this part once this data is accessible.
Lesley Arfin Husband
Lesley is hitched to her better half entertainer and essayist Paul Rust since 2015. In October 2017, Lesley conceived an offspring in 2017, to their girl, Mary James. Lesley expounded on being dependent on heroin just as going to recovery in her book Dear Diary.