After graduating USC's graduate film program, Patrick Aison moved back to New York City to raise his kids, but it didn't take long for him to rethink his plans.
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When the second season of BBC America's crime mini-drama "Luther" aired last year, many fans were surprised to realize that one of the show's key characters would only be playing a bit part this time…
Rob Delaney's interest in standup began in 1999 while on the road in West Virginia.
At the age of 18, having just completed her first semester of college, Las Vegas-raised Jillian Bell took a gamble. She left her hometown to study in Los Angeles, promising her parents she would…
In the early 2000s, Jon Spaihts was on another career path entirely as an executive for the New York-based educational technology company Teachscape.
Last year, Lauryn Kahn was making her living as an assistant to multi-hyphenate Adam McKay of Gary Sanchez Prods., a shingle he co-owns with Will Ferrell. Last month, Kahn sold her comedy spec "He's…
British filmmaker Andrew Haigh began his career as an assistant editor on films like "Black Hawk Down," but he soon came to realize he'd rather be telling his own stories than piecing together…
Don't let his dark stories and disturbed characters fool you; for a guy who has made a living out of weaving tales of crooked cops, mass murderers and scheming psychopaths, Neil Cross is a damn funny…
Justin Britt-Gibson is obsessed with tough guys, the cynical, obsessive, hard-living, hair-trigger types found in the fiction of the Donald Westlake and Mickey Spillane and movies like 1971's "The…