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…
Exec producers with multiple shows require trustworthy allies to avoid dropping the ball.
After doing standup for four years in the Bay Area, San Francisco native Ali Wong received some life-changing advice. "I had people telling me, 'People who live in New York have a lot of ambition and…
By blending the physical humor of pratfalls and slapstick with witty one-liners, bizarre characters and the occasional pun, Josh Fadem's act is as much Charlie Chaplin and the Three Stooges as it is…
With time to elaborate on story, character and setting, these projects made the hours spent by auds more than worthwhile.
When "Mary Kay and Johnny" debuted on the DuMont Television Network in November 1947, the discussion of depicting sex on television officially began.
Andrew Lincoln has been a fixture on British television since 1996, but it took AMC's hit "The Walking Dead" to introduce the English actor to American TV auds.
Throughout his career, Steve Buscemi has played a wide range of nefarious characters. . .
Travis Beacham's screenwriting career didn't begin in Hollywood. Instead, it began in North Carolina.
While some writers prefer to work alone, Michael Diliberti appreciates a more collaborative approach. In addition to working with writer and longtime friend Matt Sullivan, Diliberti enjoys getting…