Howard Allen [thedoc (at) scriptdoctor.com] has worked for many years as a professional actor, playwright, director, screenwriter and literary manager/dramaturg -- as well as a reporter, reviewer and editor in his journalistic career.
Latest news: Mr. Allen was a Star Speaker at the L.A. Screenwriters Expo-6 because of his skills at ScriptDoctor.com (rated 4 th nationally by Creative Screenwriting magazine) and he just started CoyoteMoon Films, a production company aiming to honor the storyteller by producing great stories.
As a member of Actor's Equity and the Screen Actor's Guild, Mr. Allen has performed in LORT B theatres and in movies directed by Michael Landon and others.
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Mr. Allen has a MFA in Playwriting and Screenwriting and teaches college level courses in Writing for Film and Television, Film Acting, Art Of Cinema, Theatre History and Humanities.
His adaptation of "Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde" was given a professional theatre production in Tucson, Arizona.
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Mr. Allen has joined with Michael Fenlason to revive his internationally recognized The Unlikely Theater Company in Tucson.
Chris Haughom, has been in the film business for over 25 years. She estimates she’s read and evaluated more than 8,000 scripts in her career!
Over the years, Chris evaluated scripts for AFI, CAA and many production companies, and also wrote many script novelizations.
Chris is a writer herself and has had two scripts optioned, works as a freelance script consultant and has taught screenwriting workshops in Los Angeles. “I love nurturing other writers. We all need that.”
Rick Schwartz, an entertainment professional his entire working life and a member of MPEG (Motion Picture Editor's Guild), is a full-time Senior Story Analyst for DreamWorks Entertainment.
Previous to his stint at DreamWorks, Rick worked in the same capacity at Steven Spielberg's Ambin Entertainment.
Rick has also worked as an executive at Hometown Films, based at Paramount Pictures. At Hometown, he oversaw the production of two first-run syndicated TV series, "War of the Worlds"" and "Friday the 13th - The Series," for which he wrote multiple episodes. Rick was also involved in the development of numerous feature films at Hometown.
Rick began his entertainment career as an agent trainee at the William Morris Agency and is a member of the Writer's Guild of America.