Christopher Noxon

author, 'Plus One'

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Author of the novel Plus One

Christopher Noxon on KCRW

Christopher Noxon is an author, a father… and the husband of Jenji Kohan, creator of the very successful TV shows Weeds and Orange Is the New Black.

Life as a Hollywood House Husband

Christopher Noxon is an author, a father… and the husband of Jenji Kohan, creator of the very successful TV shows Weeds and Orange Is the New Black.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Christopher Noxon is an author, a father… and the husband of Jenji Kohan, creator of the very successful TV shows Weeds and Orange Is the New Black.

'Plus One,' the Tale of a Hollywood House Husband

Christopher Noxon is an author, a father… and the husband of Jenji Kohan, creator of the very successful TV shows Weeds and Orange Is the New Black.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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