Janet Dulin Jones is an American screenwriter, playwright, and producer. She has written screenplays for various film studios in Hollywood, including Paramount Studios, Sony Pictures, Disney, and Twentieth Century Fox.
Original screenplays include Looking at the Sky, based on the life of Ian Zlotlow; The Barretts, the story of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning; Kicks, an original screenplay for Diane Keaton; and The Big Smoke, a London thriller set in the world of Human Trafficking. Adaptations include Anne Hamilton's Map of the World, Henry James' The Ambassadors, Edith Wharton's Custom of the Country, John Edward's What If God Were the Sun?, Anne N. Marino's The Collapsible World, Anchee Min's Katharine, Rick Moody's Purple America, and William Makepeace Thackeray's Becky Sharp.
Theatre works include Even (Park Theatre) and A Tale of Charles Dickens, an adaptation with Paul Lazarus from Jones' original screenplay of the same name (Antaeus Theatre).