Noah Oppenheim

writer and Emmy-winning TV producer

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Noah Oppenheim is a screenwriter and NBC senior vice president in charge of the Today show.

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In the new film  Jackie , Natalie Portman portrays First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the week following her husband's assassination.

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