Jeffrey nachmanoff penned the script for 2004's ecological disaster film, "The Day After Tomorrow" with Roland Emmerich. Raised in Arlington, Virginia and London England, Nachmanoff earned a B.A. in Visual Studies and English Literature at Harvard University.
His interest in cinema grew out of a photo documentary he made about his time spent traveling with a family circus. He attended USC film school on a Kodak cinematography scholarship and then spent some time as an editor of documentaries.
Since then, he has worked steadily as a screenwriter and director. In 2008 he wrote and directed the film "Traitor," a political thriller set in the world of international terrorism starring Don Cheadle (Hotel Rwanda) and Guy Pearce (Memento).