Judith Rothman Rofé is an American screenwriter, producer, lyricist and author specializing in comedy and literary adaptations for children. She won the 2002 Emmy for Best Animated Program for The New Adventures of Madeline, for which she was writer, lyricist, story editor and supervising producer on over 70 episodes. She was nominated for three additional Emmys, and also won an Ace award and the Humanitas Prize. She was an executive at the Disney Channel and has written dozens of specials, DVDs and series, including Arthur, Rainbow Fish, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures, and the animated feature Trumpet of the Swan.
Rothman's songs have been featured on many television programs and have been released on four Sony and Rhino CDs. She collaborated with Joe Raposo on the Madeline theme song and also wrote the lyrics for the theme song of the long-running Canadian series Mona the Vampire. She has worked on many songs with New York composer Jeffrey Zahn of Arthur and JoJo's Circus, as well as with composer Andy Street on Madeline and Strawberry Shortcake.