Currently alive, at 55 years of age.
American playwright, screenwriter, television producer and sometime actor.
1961 – Born on the 4th November in Los Angeles, California.
1986-1989 – Playwright-in-residence with the New York Stage and Film Company in New York City.
1987 – Won award from Theatre Communications Group Playwrights USA Award.
1991 – Humanitas Award for the PBS American Playhouse production of Three Hotels.
1993 – He is the cowrote "The Frightening Frammis," episode of the Showtime anthology series Fallen Angels that marked the directorial debut of Tom Cruise.
1995 – Played a successful, young gay playwright in Henry Jaglom’s film Last Summer in the Hamptons.
1996 – He was the one of three finalists for the Pulitzer Prize for his semi-autobiographical play A Fair Country.
1999 – Jon Robin Baitz awarded by Guggenheim fellowship.
2006 – Creator and executive producer of the the ABC TV drama Brothers & Sisters, which premiered in September.