Paulette Cohn


  • A publicist and journalist writing about soap operas since the 1980s, who has had articles published in Soap Opera News and Soap Opera Magazine.
  • Co-author of "Cooking With Days of Our Lives."
  • Contributing writer for Parade magazine, FOX411 and
  • Former Online Content Producer at and Associate Producer at Entertainment Tonight.


Paulette Cohn is a former writer for ThoughtCo, who wrote six articles on soap operas and other topics over the course of three years. She has worked as a publicist and journalist writing about soap operas since the 1980s, with articles having been published in Soap Opera News and Soap Opera Magazine. She wrote a weekly soap opera column, "Soap Talk," for Zap2it. She is a contributing writer at Parade magazine, FOX411 and was previously the Online Content Producer at and and Associate Producer at Entertainment Tonight. 


Paulette Cohn graduated from Van Nuys Senior High.

Awards and Publications

Co-author of Cooking With Days of Our Lives, which features recipes that are accompanied by pictures of the soap opera's major characters.

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