Jocelyn Bioh is an award-winning Ghanaian-American writer and performer from New York. Her plays include School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play (Kilroy’s List, 2016; CTG; MCC Theater; Lortel Award Winner; OCC John Gardner Award Winner; Hull-Warriner Award Winner; Drama Desk Nomination; Drama League Nomination; Off-Broadway Alliance nomination); Nollywood Dreams (Cherry Lane Mentor Project, 2017; Kilroy's List, 2015), and African Americans (Produced at Howard University, 2015; Southern Rep Ruby Prize Award Finalist, 2011; O'Neill Center Semifinalist, 2012). Jocelyn conceived and wrote the libretto for The Ladykiller’s Love Story (music and lyrics by CeeLo Green) and Goddess (book writer). She has also been a staff writer for the Netflix TV shows "Russian Doll" and Spike Lee’s "She's Gotta Have It." Jocelyn received her MFA in Theatre/Playwriting from Columbia University. She is under commission with Manhattan Theatre Club, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Second Stage, and Atlantic Theater Company, and is a resident playwright at LCT3. As an actress, Jocelyn's credits include: In the Blood (Signature Theatre; Drama Desk nomination, Best Featured Actress), Everybody (Signature Theatre; Lucille Lortel Award nomination, Best Supporting Actress, 2017), Men on Boats (Clubbed Thumb at Playwrights Horizons), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Broadway; Tony Award Winner for Best Play, 2015), An Octoroon (Soho Rep; Obie Award Winner for Best Play, 2014), Booty Candy (Wilma Theater), Seed (Classical Theatre of Harlem; AUDELCO Award Nominee), and Marcus; Or the Secret of Sweet (City Theatre). She also originated the role of "Topsy" in the world premiere of Neighbors (The Public Theater; AUDELCO Award Nominee). FILM/TV acting credits include: Ben is Back (Black Bear Pictures), Russian Doll (Netflix) Blue Bloods (CBS), The Detour (TBS), The Characters (Netflix), and One Life to Live (ABC).