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Craig Peters - IMDb
After surviving a BA from Stanford and an MFA from UC Riverside, Mr. Peters set out to fulfill his life’s true ambition: to become a starving writer. He was immediately successful. His first stage play was greeted by rave reviews from friends and family, but never produced. During this trying time, he found solace in the violence of the martial arts. His second play won two national play writing awards, receiving a total of seven productions in theaters across the country — and suddenly his mother stopped telling him he should have been a lawyer. Riding this wave of newfound success, he launched into screen writing as well. Mr. Peters has now penned three plays and five screenplays, Mr. Peters currently resides in Los Angeles with his sweet wife and two dramatic, emotional, bickering teenaged girls.
Colleen Glennon - IMDb
Colleen Glennon is a dark comedy writer who graduated from Ithaca College with a major in cinema and photography, a concentration in screenwriting, and a minor in writing. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2015, she wrote a comedy web series “This Is Hell” that was distributed on Seeka TV. She also sold a series of sketches to the female-driven production company called SheTV. When asked to give a quote to end this bio, Colleen said, “Third-person narration is strange—just about as strange as writing a bio about yourself.” We’re still trying to figure out what she meant.
David Halle - IMDb - Website
David Halle is a children’s TV writer from Springfield, Virginia. He earned a B.F.A. in screenwriting from New York University, then moved to Los Angeles where he entered the film industry as a freelance production assistant. He has since worked on dozens of productions, including multiple feature films, national commercials, and television episodes. He currently writes for a soon-to-be-announced kids TV show while also working as a LAUSD substitute teacher. David is passionate about writing for and teaching kids and takes great joy in positively influencing childhood development. His current personal projects include writing and co-producing a short film, developing an 11-minute kids cartoon series, and an animated family feature film.
David Wingert - IMDb
David Wingert is a screenwriter living in North Hollywood. Originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, David made his first feature in high school and his first screenplay freshman year of college. Since then, he’s written eight features, four award-winning shorts and a television pilot. After moving to Los Angeles in 2016, David has worked for seven different companies and nonprofits including Paramount Pictures and Hyde Park Entertainment.
David Pinion - IMDb - Romantically Hopeless - Monster Therapy
Actor, voice-over, logophile. Baked in a buttery, flaky crust, David Pinion is an amazing talent with impeccable comedic timing. The star of the online series "Romantically Hopeless" and "Get Educated." David is well known amongst the the Los Angeles theater community. He's also known for his voiceover work with video games such as "The Novelist" and "Spurs Special Forces.
Denver Marcus Low - IMDb - Unicorn Chronicles
The first person to come to mind went it comes to cultural diversity is Denver Marcus. Born in Malaysia and raised in Switzerland, Denver has an unique combination of culture and exciting personality. He started acting in Los Angeles with an Improv group called Monkey Butler Comedy. He then continued his training at Playhouse West Los Angeles. He's now worked on many projects - Brandon and Marcus, Bud Leaf, The Bomb, Donut Planet and the list goes on. - Some of which he's produced. He was recently wrapped on a Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi project that you'll soon get to experience. Currently, he's writing and developing a new pilot which he'll produce.
Heidi Weitzer - IMDb - Website
Heidi Weitzer is a writer and director living in Los Angeles. She graduated from The Second City Chicago’s Harold Ramis Film School in 2017. She is a Stowe Story Labs 2018 Fellow. She made it to the final round for Sundance Institute’s New Voices Digital Fellowship, she has placed in the Shore Scripts Contest, the Austin Film Festival, the Chicago Screenplay Contest, and was the top rated script on the blcklst.com for May and June of 2016. Her short "Hot Air" premiered at the Minne Mini film festival in 2017. She makes dark comedies and values her privacy.
Jarren Lauder & Jesse Federman - IMDb - IMDb
Together, J&J were writers on the PBS Kids show Bug Bites. They created a comedic web series for Machinima (VGPD: 8-Bit Detectives) and a series for Fox Digital (Jacked On 'Roids). They’ve written on national ad campaigns for Chili’s, Westin Hotels and Lake Tahoe. They’re pretty good guys, ask anyone. Except Jerren’s uncle Rick. That guy’s a liar.
Jordan Imiola - IMDb - Website
Jordan Imiola is a screenwriter from the city of good neighbors, Buffalo, NY. Before moving to the city of angels, he was the first Buffalo State student in history to be nominated for the WGA Michael Collyer Fellowship. He has worked for Twentieth Century Fox, Disney, and Untitled Entertainment. He's had two TV pilots produced. He wrote "Sunny & Ray," a feel-good comedy about a boy trying to kill himself. The film is now in development with director, Anthony Sabet after it was sold to ASA Pictures. Jordan is also the creator and writer of Romantically Hopeless, Spy Time, and Monster Therapy.
Kelly Kurowski - IMDb
Kelly has had a passion for writing comedy before she could even say mama and dada. Sometimes you just know at an early age. She graduated from Columbia College Chicago where she’s from majoring in screenwriting. Kelly has worked on TV shows such as Hellcats, Devious Maids and Good Behavior as an assistant in the writer’s room. She is currently staring at her computer trying to think of witty dialogue to end this bio....fade out.
L. Elizabeth Powers - IMDb - Website
L. Elizabeth Powers, whose scripts have won or placed in numerous competitions, has an MFA in Screenwriting and an MA on Playwriting from Wilkes University. Additionally, she has worked in feature film visual effects and animation on such movies as "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "The Amazing Spiderman" since 2000, having studied at Vancouver Film School. Currently residing in Austin, she has lived, worked and studied in 6 states and 3 countries, and is a fan of history and culture with undergrad studies in History and Music. She continues to work in VFX and indie film production, as well as working as a script editor, reader and judge for several screenplay and film festivals.
Libby Ward - IMDb - A Slow Day in Comedy - Meow's Fair in Love and War - Must Be Present to Win
The uncanny ability to manage every project with an equal amount of efficiency, positivity and humor, makes Libby an asset to any production and an inspiration to her colleagues. A regular festival laureate and independent creator, Libby has also written over a hundred hours of television, from rad to ridiculous, airing on TLC, Game Show Network, Hulu, and her favorite: “Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!” on Cartoon Network! She’s a member of The Writers Guild of America, The Television Academy of Arts & Sciences and Women in Animation (50/50 by 2025)! A graduate of the famed Second City conservatory, Libby loves working with teammates who she can "Yes, And;" she's always got your back.
Michael Stagliano - IMDb
Michael Stagliano is a screenwriter living in Burbank, CA. Since he started writing in 2012 he has worked with: Sony, Vertigo Entertainment, Lin Pictures, Chris Morgan Productions, Oops Doughnuts and several other production companies in and out of LA. The majority of his work has been adapting existing IP into pilots or features. Michael primarily writes adventure, fantasy, sci-fi, drama and horror. He runs two different writers groups in Hollywood; and has won or placed in several of the industries top screenwriting competitions. You can catch his new new podcast,"Tavern of Heroes."
Ray Carsillo - IMDb - Monster Therapy
Upon receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Montclair State University in New Jersey, Ray Carsillo crossed the Hudson into New York City and began working in radio. There, he utilized his vocal talents first at 95.5 WPLJ-FM as "Ranger Ray", and then at 1050 AM ESPN Radio (now 98.7 FM) as "The Simulata'". Soon after, Ray would move across the country to Los Angeles where he has offered his voice skills as a background voice in numerous anime, and has been featured in several web series including “Monster Therapy” and Machinima’s “What if the Avengers Were a Sitcom?”
Steven Feld - IMDb
Over the past twenty-five years, Steve Feld has worked with Disney, Lifetime, Nickelodeon, The History Channel, ESPN, Universal, Paramount and the "Big Four" television networks, either as a writer, director or producer (and sometimes all three). That work, along with numerous other productions, has earned him seven Emmy Awards. As a producer, Steve has had a hand in creating or developing some of television's most honored shows including Disney's American Teacher Awards. As a director, Steve directed the pilot for America's Funniest People as well as the first season of Nickelodeon's hit series, Wild and Crazy Kids. As a writer, Steve has written for Charles in Charge (Universal), Sightings (Paramount) and penned the premiere episode of The New Lassie (Universal). In 2003, Steve co-wrote and co-produced the Emmy Award nominated, 2-hour NBC special, 100 Years of Hope and Humor: A celebration of the life of Bob Hope. Steve Feld is also responsible for producing the annual Inductee awards for the Cable Television Hall of Fame.
Veronica Waner - IMDb - Drinking Games with Dan and Veronica
1/2 of @VeryDangerMedia. Jackass of all trades. Model/Actor. Writer of puns, comedies, & sappy art films. Certified FancyLad.